Welcome to the Acclivity Programme hub, this website contains all the information and resources that you will need and mentors and mentees to complete the programme. These resources can be found in the respective spaces for each group.
Acclivity is an 8-month mentorship programme designed to prepare high achieving B.A.M.E youth mentally, professionally and culturally for “life at the top”. The programme is focused on self-development and providing mentees with the hard-gained soft skills that are not provided within the realms of formal education but are necessary for them to fulfil their latent potential. Upskilling students to increase work readiness will be achieved by partnering students with mentors from our corporate partner MSCI.
In the programme’s pilot 10 high-achieving students from the borough of Bexley will be partnered with mentors from MSCI. They will complete our the “8 Steps” programme over the course of 8 months, receiving detailed feedback from their mentors and Genesis Impact throughout their journey.
Each mentor will set two meetings with their mentees a month and guide them through the 8 steps. The programme is not prescriptive and mentors are encouraged to personalise the programme in response to the needs of their mentee without deviating too far from the aims of the programme. Both parties will provide feedback for each other throughout the programme to maximise benefit and effectiveness.
Upskill high-achieving students from the B.A.M.E community to help them excel in the workplace
In a world where the value of formal education is decreasing to create new talent pipelines for corporate recruiters
Create a definitive method for senior executives to self-actualise by investing their insights into promising futures
The aim will be to triple our cohort size to 30 in 2023 and have 500 students completing the Acclivity programme annually across 5 boroughs by 2030.
Soft skill development
A highly invested and successful corporate mentor
Insight into the corporate sector
The concrete application of learnings
Corporate Social Responsibility