The UK Recruitment team are currently looking for confident, enthusiastic, self-motivated and committed students, who are interested in enhancing their CV, having the opportunity to participate in training and development activities and experience the satisfaction of helping young people to develop and achieve their goals, whilst being paid for doing so.
Student Mentors are University of Cumbria students who mentor learners in secondary schools in Cumbria and North Lancashire at a key stage in their educational journey.
We are looking to recruit Student Mentors for the academic year 2017/18. They would be required to attend all five sessions in their allocated school plus a campus visit – with the approximate dates as follows:
Option 1 week beginning 26 February; option 2 week beginning 23 April.
The deadline for applications is 22 January 2018.
Any student interested in applying can do so HERE, and for more information email email@example.com
Would you like to be a Mentor for a Large National Charity working with Offenders on a brand new project?
Do you have an interest in supporting offenders or the Criminal Justice Sector?
Do you want to use your skills and experience to help others?
If so get in touch! Shelter is currently recruiting mentors in Cumbria and Lancashire to provide clients with an offending history with practical assistance around a variety of issues and to act as a positive role model. The aim of the service is to assist people who want to improve their life skills and create positive opportunities for their development.
Benefits of Mentoring
- Experience working within the Criminal Justice Sector
- Enhances your CV, we can help you to update this and will provide references if you leave
- Opportunities to progress into paid employment
Full training and support will be offered to all Volunteer Mentors. If you are interested, please contact Leanne Fretwell 07580 140450
This is a voluntary position that supports the work of our services and is not replacing the work of a paid member of staff.