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Sign-up Form for Mentees (postdocs)

DEADLINE 9:00am Monday 25th November 2019.

This is a developmental mentoring scheme. With developmental mentoring an experienced mentor helps you to develop your strengths and potential, and to identify your changing needs, values, aspirations, and what's most important to you. Mentors will not assist with Mentees’ CVs, grants, or act as references.

In order to take part in the mentoring programme, you are required to attend a 1.5-hour training session.

Expectations:

  • There will be 4-6 meetings with the mentor over a year
  • Meetings generally last 30 - 60 minutes 
  • The Mentee is responsible for scheduling meetings and sets the agenda
  • Focus is on building the Mentee’s problem solving/self-efficacy skills, exploring solutions rather than advice

To apply, please complete the form below and send a copy of your CV to .

All information submitted in this application will be treated as CONFIDENTIAL. It will be considered by administrators from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs for matching you with a Mentor, and only your CV will be shared with the assigned Mentor.

If you feel uncomfortable completing this form online, please email for more information.

The information given on this form is solely for use in the Mentoring Programme matching process.

This form and your CV will be considered by administrators from the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs for matching you with a Mentor, and your CV will be shared with the assigned Mentor.

You will receive a copy of your Mentor’s form.

 

Please don't forget to submit your CV!

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