Who are we?
Mullany E-mentoring is an educational charity that aims to widen participation within healthcare and medical professions by raising aspirations and attainment among secondary school students in south Wales.

Why be involved?
E-mentors provide valuable support for young people who do not have the social networks around them to make informed choices with education and career options.

What are the benefits for the mentee?
– You will use your personal experience, knowledge and skills to support mentees through online discussions and activities.
– You will help mentees become aware of the range of healthcare related careers available and the correct educational routes to achieving their aims.
– Mentees will have the confidence and self-esteem to reach their goals.

What are the benefits for the mentor?
Being an ementor helps you ‘give something back’ and also supports your ongoing career development as it:
• develops interpersonal and coaching skills
• crystalizes your thoughts and develops self-reflection as you explain your experience within your chosen career
• keeps you up-to-date with developments in education and career pathways

What is involved?
• Signing up for a 10 week mentoring period from 21 September to 4 December, excluding half term

• Committing to mentoring up to 3 mentees

• Attending an online webinar training session in July

• Providing an up to date copy of your CRB or DBS

• Logging in to check messages at least once a week whenever is most convenient (this should take 30-45 minutes per week)

• Completing an evaluation questionnaire at the end

Get in touch
If you would like to know more about this project and what volunteering as an ementor involves, please contact:

mandy@themullanyfund.org

Phone: 01792 606124 / 07905 773027

Friday May 29th, 2015

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For more information please contact: 744572@swansea.ac.uk

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University Research Institute for the Arts and Humanities Heritage Skills Programme: Don’t miss the upcoming masterclass.

Focused on:
– Enhancing Employability
– Career Development
– Applying Education and Skills in the Work Place

‘Careers in Libraries and Archives’ Dr Katrina Legg, Richard Burton Archives and Elen Davies, Librarian,

Swansea University Venue: Glyndwr Room A, Glyndwr Building, Swansea University 2 June 2015, 2 pm – 3 pm.

The session will be informal and will offer a chance to pick the brains of an experienced working professional and to ask questions and gain advice. The session are open to all students and non-students. Places are limited. Reserve your space today. Contact Kate Spiller, Project Coordinator: k.spiller@swansea.ac.uk. http://www.swansea.ac.uk/riah/graduate-centre/heritageskillsprogramme

Tuesday May 26th, 2015

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Calling all Swansea University final year undergraduate students, come and join us for this event: Introduction to Postgraduate Studies @ Swansea University Medical School, When: Tuesday 2 June 2015 Where: HUB, ILS2 building Swansea University Medical School Time: 12 noon – 1.00pm What: Free lunch and an opportunity to find out more about our range of taught and research programmes. Don’t miss out – register today to attend the event. For more information on the courses we offer visit http://www.swansea.ac.uk/medicine/learningandteaching/

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Annual Lecture 25 June 2015. We are delighted to announce that the Observatory’s annual lecture will be given by Sir James Munby President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice, England and Wales in Faraday Lecture Theatre, Swansea University At 6pm on Thursday 25 June. Tea will be served from 5pm in the foyer of Faraday Lecture Theatre.

To book a place to attend please email: H.A.E.Sumner@swansea.ac.uk

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