Undergraduate Mentors for Year 11 Students (Deadline: 20th July)

An exciting opportunity has arisen for University of Lincoln undergraduate students who are interested in a future career in teaching and/or in gaining work experience with young people. The School of Education are looking to employ 50 undergraduates, for one academic year, who are able to work for an hour a week as 1-2-1 mentors for Year 11 students in local secondary schools. The mentoring is part of an innovative project aimed at pairing undergraduates with Year 11 students to tutor and support them during their final year of studying the sciences at GCSE.

As a prospective mentor you would need to be a good communicator, a keen listener and be able to teach the science subject content at GCSE level. This position is suitable for an undergraduate who will be embarking on their second/third year in the academic year 2015 to 2016.

Salary: £8 per hour plus expenses

Deadline: July 20th 2015

More details of the role and the application process are available here: RIF Project Vacancy Form . If you have any questions, please contact the project lead, Dr Rachael Sharpe.

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