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Join our alumni mentoring programme

Entering the world of professional employment can be a challenging time for our students and new graduates. This is true now more than ever, with the difficulties they may face while embarking on their career journey within the current disruptive employment environment we are in.Alumni Mentoring Programme

We’ve recently launched an Alumni Mentoring Programme and are looking for graduates to join our group of mentors available for future cycles. This could offer the support and positive boost that can make a big difference in the first steps to the success of a mentee’s career. In return, mentoring can provide an opportunity for your own personal and professional growth and the potential for fresh ideas and insights from someone who is an emerging talent in their industry.

The programme would involve sharing your valuable knowledge through 1-to-1 virtual mentoring over the course of three to four, one-hour contact sessions. If you are interested in becoming a mentor please contact us, providing your current job role and brief details of your career background/experience to help assist in potential matches.


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