MentorSpeaks #14 - “When the going gets tough, the tough women get going” - Shrinkhla
Our guest for today is @shrinkhla_bhabya , a chemical engineering graduate and she talks to us about her journey to fulfil her aspirations of being a great leader in the field of science.
Her experience throughout her college years has taught her to be proud of being a girl in chemical engineering and prove to everyone that questioned her, nothing is impossible in the eyes of perseverance and determination.
This episode is a great listen especially for those struggling with deciding what to do next and build yourself, to take you forward on your career path.
If you want to ask Shrinkhla for any advice, connect with her on LinkedIn and drop a follow if you liked the episode.
Everyone is unique with their own way of thinking. We often conclude what the majority thinks is right, and get deterred by subtle changes around us.
Today we have @shaswaty.22 . He is a mechanical engineering graduate and an incoming MS IN student at Columbia University
In this episode, he attempts to uncover some of the few myths in relation with multiple research papers and extraordinary co-curricular involvement to name a few by discussing about his journey of self-realization and becoming aware of what actually needs to be done to achieve your desired outcome.
The experience of undertaking the MS goal with precision, efficiency and certain amount of perseverance is key for all aspirants and he manages to convey a personal message of finding your own calling despite your circumstances.
Today, we have a very special guest who co founded one of the best initiatives we have come across. Our guest is Shatakshi Sharma, Mangament Consultant at Boston Consulting Group. She Co-Founded @global.governance_initiative in 2018, with a dream to re-imagine and re-build higher education on impact topics to embrace youth and women in India and globally through interactive-agile boot camps on important sectors involving critical reasoning, structured communication and soft skills like networking.
She talks about her journey as an entrepreneur and what inspired to start GGI and shares some of the lessons she learnt growing up and how she built her character through it and is now out to teach and bring up more mentors with a similar mentality.
There is a lot we learnt from Shatakshi, and we are so glad to be able to bring this episode out for you all!
Today, we have a guest who went against the stereotypical expectations and found her place in the field of engineering. Our guest for today is @_shrutigangopadhyay_ a fresh graduate of mechanical engineering and on this episode of MentorSpeaks she talks about her journey through college and shares some of the struggles she faced being a girl in engineering.
Shruti was the only girl in a class of 64 students studying mechanical engineering, but that did not stop her from joining the RoverX club in her university, to go on to be the mechanical lead of her team.
She also talks about how important it is to take care of your mental health throughout your time in college. Regardless of the tasks you may have at hand, there is no compromise when it comes to mental health and taking care of yourself first!
If you are looking to pursue your Master’s after graduating but not sure how to build your profile and go about the process to bring out the best results, make sure you get in touch with @rubeusconsultancy for more guidance in your graduate applications.
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