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A pilot cross-institutional mentoring scheme for Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) academics and researchers is in place.

Who is the scheme aimed at?

The scheme is aimed at BME academics and researchers from post-doc to lecturer level

Who are the mentors?

The mentors are academics and researchers from any ethnic background at senior lecturer level or above

What does it involve?

Mentoring is based on exchanging experiences, ideas and feedback between the two parties. It helps to promote understanding of formal and informal structures, enhances opportunities for staff to develop and build skills and knowledge and enables continuing professional development and personal growth.

What's in it for staff?

Mentors

•  Fulfilment from facilitating personal development and encouraging others

•  Networking with like-minded colleagues

•  Assisting others along a path you have already been successful on

•  Advancing equality and diversity in higher education

•  Enhancing skills such as coaching and constructive criticism

If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please click here to download the expressions of interest form. Please complete and return to s.guise@ucl.ac.uk

Mentees

•  Obtaining career advice and direction

•  Help with identifying and clarifying issues, problems and obstacles

•  Sourcing new ideas and practices

•  Gaining the opportunity for networking across a broader spectrum than provided by the day-to-day environment

 

 

FAQs

The FAQs by mentees and mentors can be found here.

Expressions of interest

If you are interested in becoming a mentee, please click here to download the expressions of interest form.

If you would like to become a mentor, click here to download the form.

Please complete and return to equalities@ucl.ac.uk. The deadline for applications is the 26 July 2013.

Further Information

If you would like more information contact: Sarah Guise, Head of Equalities and Diversity s.guise(at)ucl.ac.uk.

For an overview of the project, click here.

 

 

 

Last updated: 17th July 2013