Welcome to the community
(UCL Biology 2004)
“As a mentor, listening and talking through particular career challenges keeps me on my toes, and helps me maintain the enthusiasm for my job. When I first graduated from UCL, good advice from friends on my career path really helped me to get started. Now I'm in position to help other people in the same way, which is really gratifying.”
How can I get work-related advice ?
Students can search for and contact an alumni mentor for informal careers guidance by logging into the UCL Alumni Web Community using your standard UCL user ID and password.
Recent graduates can also use their standard UCL user ID and password, if it is still active. You will receive your alumni membership card a few weeks after you graduate. Once you are a member of our alumni network, you need to register on the site using Your Alumni Number, which is printed on the card.
Alumni can register for the site using using Your Alumni Number. If you have not yet received your code, please email email@example.com
You can then search for a careers mentor by:-
- field of work
- UCL department
- city or country
- UCL course
- UCL graduation year
Then simply get in touch with the mentor via the site.
How can I become a mentor ?
Alumni can volunteer to become a careers mentor for students, recent graduates and other alumni by registering for the Alumni Web Community. To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you are registered simply log on and follow the blue careers mentoring route. You will be able to submit a description of your work experience and what mentoring assistance you wish to offer.