NMC Mentee Application Form
Thank you for your interest in the National Mentoring Consortium scheme at University of Westminster. Please complete the form below with as much care as possible. All contact details will be held in confidence and used only for communication between you and the scheme co-ordinators.

Selection for the scheme will be based on a three stage process:

1. Submit application by the deadline.
2. Attend an interview.
3. Attend the training/briefing session in October/November.

If you fail to complete any of these stages, your application will not be taken any further. The following criteria will be used to assess your suitability for the scheme:

1. Career need - 10%
2. Motivation and commitment to the scheme - 40%
3. Quality of your written application - 10%
4. Availability of suitable mentors for your interests - 40%

Only open to UK undergraduate students who come from a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic background (this scheme is being run as 'positive action' under the Equalities Act 2010).

The deadline for this scheme is SUNDAY 19th OCTOBER 2014
Scheme eligibility *
Course *
Include title Eg. BA Business Management or MSc Computer Science
Year *
Eg. 1st, 2nd or 3rd year
University of Westminster student ID Number *
Name *
Contact Address *
Contact Number *
Email address *
Career Areas *
Please tick the work/career areas in which you are interested. If you are offered a place on the scheme, we will endeavour to match you with a suitable organisation and mentor based on your preferences. However, we are unable to guarantee a perfect match, so the more flexible you are, the more likely it is that you will be matched.
Tell us about any work experience you have had and what you have learnt from it *
This can include casual or part time work and unpaid experience. Please do not exceed 150 words
What do you hope to get out of the mentoring scheme? *
Please do not exceed 150 words
If we are unable to match you with a mentor in your preferred career field, how would you make the best use of this experience? *
Please do not exceed 150 words
It is important that you represent the University of Westminster in a positive way. How will you achieve this? *
Please do not exceed 150 words
Mentee Declaration *
I agree to attend the training session, mid-term evaluation and celebration event; I accept responsibility to keep in regular contact wtih my mentor; I agree that meetings should take place in a public place (preferably the mentor's place of work or the university); I agree to keep the scheme co-ordinators informed if any difficulties occur; I agree to contact my mentor and the scheme co-ordinators if (for whatever reason), I decide to withdraw from the scheme. Please put your name in the box below to indicate that you have read, understood and agreed to this statement.
Thank you for completing this form, the scheme co-ordinator will contact you after the closing date with the outcome of your application.
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