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Mentors September 2013. Jenniffer Gearheart-Tang. SHELL IDEAS360 - OVERVIEW. Who can participate? Full time students studying a Bachelors or Masters level degree in any discipline at a recognised , degree-awarding university, with a graduation date after May 2014. . What is Shell Ideas360?

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Mentors september 2013

Mentors September 2013

Jenniffer Gearheart-Tang


Shell ideas360 overview

SHELL IDEAS360 - OVERVIEW

  • Who can participate?

  • Full time students studying a Bachelors or Masters level degree in any discipline at a recognised, degree-awarding university, with a graduation date after May 2014.

  • What is Shell Ideas360?

  • A global competition targeted at University students to collaborate and develop ‘game-changing’ and innovative ideas that can have a positive impact on the future.

  • What is the role of Universities and Shell?

  • An Academic Sponsor from a team’s University will need to be identified at registration

  • Shell will have teams to evaluate idea submissions at Stage 1 and 2, and Shell Mentors and Subject Matter Experts

  • Challenge of the competition

  • The theme is People and Planet, and participants submit ideas based on the challenge of Energy, Water and Food.

  • Incentives and Prizes:

  • An all expenses paid trip to the Final Event at Shell Eco-Marathon in Rotterdam, The Netherlands

  • The winning team or individual will win a National Geographic Expedition

  • Opportunities for participants to connect and engage with like-minded students from around the globe

  • Stage 2 teams receive online/phone/emailsupport from Shell Mentors and Subject Matter Experts

  • The best ideas will be considered for funding by Shell’s GameChanger programme

For more information about Shell Ideas360, contact us at [email protected]

Or visit www.shell.com/ideas360


Shell ideas360 overall competition timings

Shell Ideas360 – overall competition timings

  • Registration:

  • Sept 03 – Dec 01 2013

Stage 1:

Sept 01 2013 –

Jan 15 2014

  • Initial idea submission:

  • Oct 01 – Dec 01 2013

  • Ideas review and selection for Stage 2:

  • Dec 02 2013 – Jan 15 2014

  • Ideas development and submission

  • Video submission:

  • Jan 16 – Mar 31 2014

Stage 2:

Jan 16 2014 –

Apr 15 2014

  • Mentor and Subject Matter Expert support

  • Jan 16 – Mar 31 2014

  • Ideas review and selection for Stage 3:

  • Apr 01 – Apri15 2014

Stage 3:

Apr 16 2014 –

May 15 2014

  • Preparation for Final Event:

  • Apr 16 – May 14 2014

  • Final Event presentations:

  • May 15 2014

  • Panel of Judges select winning idea

  • Winners announcement/Reception:

  • May 16 2014

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Roles overview

Roles - overview

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Mentor

Mentor

  • What is Shell Ideas360?

  • Shell Ideas360 is a global competition organisedby Shell International Limited, for full-time University students of any discipline to develop game-changing ideas for tackling Energy, Water and Food issues.

  • Role description:

  • A Mentor will provide ‘non-technical’ support (via on-line/phone/email) to Stage 2 individuals/teams and help them to develop their ideas

  • A Mentor will provide support to Stage 2 individuals/teams from different time-zones (up to +/- 8-10 hours)

  • Ideal candidate specification:

  • Experience in a technical or commercial role

  • Previous experience in Gourami or other coaching role an advantage

  • Previous experience of University/student relations or activities

  • An interest in innovative concept development

  • An interest in helping students to improve their ideas

  • Available to support teams in different time-zones

  • Why be involved?

  • A chance to support a brand new global Shell initiative

  • Get involved with high-calibre students from around the world

  • Get close to a major innovation initiative

  • ‘Give something back’ to Universities

  • Share your expertise and help students to develop their ideas

  • Time required and key dates:

  • A Mentor will receive a pre-read and will be invited to attend a 2 hour briefing session (date tbc)

  • The Mentor would ideally offer between 5 to 10 one- hour slots between 16 January to 31 March 2014 to mentor and support the Stage 2 individuals/teams

  • And 1 day between 16 April-14 May 2014 for support for Final Teams

  • Please indicate your interest by emailing [email protected] with the email subject “Mentor”

  • Please complete and attach the Profile Form Worksheet to your email

  • A detailed briefing Pack will be sent to all successful Mentors

  • For more information about the competition or the role, please email [email protected] and we will respond to you within 24 hours

  • Note that Line Manager approval might be required for you to be selected to perform this role

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