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Widening Participation Mentor Application Form

Thank you for your interest in becoming a student mentor for the Widening Participation and Outreach Team at the University of Warwick! The deadline for applications is Wednesday 25th October 2018 at 12pm.

To apply please complete the application form below. Please ensure you read the relevant job description for the role/s you are applying for thoroughly before you begin your application. All applications will be assessed by colleagues in the Widening Participation and Outreach Team.

Student Progression Team Mentor: Job Description and programme information

Sutton Scholars Mentor: Job Description and programme information

UniTracks Mentor: Job Description and programme information

All successful applicants will be required to attend the following mandatory events – please note these are non-flexible and if you cannot attend either of the dates you will not be able to be considered this year.

Selection Event: Tuesday 14th November 2018 (5pm – 7.30pm)

Training: Satruday 2nd December (full day) and check individual job descriptions for role-specific training

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Checks

All mentors are required to undertake a check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) before being able to work on our programmes. If you are successful in gaining a place on the scheme you would be required to present the following documentation.

Eligibility to work (Unitemps)

If you are successful in securing a place on a mentoring scheme, you will need to conduct an eligibility to work check with Unitemps before you can apply for any jobs (Unitemps Office, Argent Court annex, University of Warwick Science Park). Please click here to find out more about the documents you will need to provide in order to demonstrate your eligibility to work in the UK.

Section One: Role Preference

Section Two: Personal Details

Section Two: Information about you

Section Three: Please answer the following questions to support your application. Please include details of skills, abilities or experience that you may have gained during school, paid or voluntary employment.
Working as a mentor on our programme means supporting students who come from a background who family history of Higher Education.

Successful applicants are required to attend a number of recruitment and training dates please confirm you can attend by selecting the dates below

What happens next?

You will find out by 1 November if you have been shortlisted. All shortlisted applicants will be invited to a Selection Event on Tuesday 11th November 2017 (5-7.30pm).
Please note: if you are unable to attend the selection event, we will no longer be able to consider your application. Group activities and interviews will be conducted as part of this event to assess your suitability for the role.

Successful candidates will be expected to attend a compulsory training day on Saturday 2 December 2017 (full day). Please note this date is non flexible therefore if you are not available on this date we cannot consider your application.
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