24 January 2011
2011 Careers E-mentoring scheme
Following the success of last year’s careers E-mentoring pilot scheme, the Centre for Career Development is now recruiting new students and alumni volunteers for this year’s project.
The careers-focused e-mentoring scheme gives students access to experienced professionals in order to broaden their career options and enhance the value of their university degree.
Whether you graduated 3 or 50 years ago, sharing experiences and knowledge of your profession as a mentor could give a student or a recent graduate invaluable advice when planning their career.
Careers- focused e-mentoring is based on a short term relationship and can be flexible to fit in with a busy lifestyle. Support and training material will be provided.
If you would like further information or wish to get involved, please contact Jenny Patchitt at the Centre for Career Development on Tel: 0115 9513681 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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