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FutureMe Mentors

FutureMe Mentors

Becoming a FutureMe Mentor is an exciting opportunity to inspire young people in the North East to consider higher education as an option for them.

What is a FutureMe Mentor?

You will be part of a regional team delivering face-to-face mentoring sessions to students in Years 9, 10 and 11.

The programme is being run by the North East Collaborative Outreach Programme (NECOP), which is a government funded project aiming to increase the number of young people entering higher education by 2020. NECOP involves all colleges and universities in the North East Region, working together to promote higher education opportunities.

FutureMe Mentors will work in all NECOP schools supporting students in Year 9 -11 through a structured programme of aspiration raising workshops.  All content and materials for the sessions will be provided.  Mentoring for Year 9, 10 and 11 will involve small group sessions and Year 9 mentoring will also include one to one sessions. All sessions will take place in school.

Your Responsibilities

You will deliver face-to-face mentoring in school to students in Years 9-11. As part of your role, you may also have the opportunity to support in the delivery of other FutureMe events, both in schools and on campus. 

Mentors will be required to commit at least 5 hours per week.

 

How to Apply

Recruitment for 2020/21 is currently frozen in Semester One for the FutureMe Mentor role.

Please keep checking this page for updates on recruitment.

If you have any queries, please email futureme@ncl.ac.uk