Academic and Skills Development Centre
Become a Mentor!
- Enhance CV and employability skills
- Learn how to evidence and articulate how you have gained skills
- Help first year students
- Receive full training and supervision
- Receive a certificate for mentoring
- Show employers your altruistic side
- Get the opportunity to register for the Cardiff Award
- Step on a ladder with potential progression to Consultant Mentor
Cardiff University’s exciting pilot scheme recruits existing Undergraduate Students to act as Voluntary Mentors, working with small groups of first year students, from within your academic school. You will be given full certified training and support.
As a Student Mentor you will be directly enhancing the learning experience of new students, developing their academic skills and helping with the transition to life at Cardiff University. In doing so you will develop your own skills, learn how to evidence employability skills and enhance your CV.
The closing date for all applications is Friday 15th March 2013 at 9am.
To view the job description, please click on the PDF uner Related resources on the right hand side.
Students may apply by completing the online application form
Please see Related Resources on the right hand side for a Word version of the application form which may be submitted to email@example.com or bring it in to The Student Support Centre, 50 Park Place, Cathays.
We look forward to receiving your application!
Information and advice for students from students
Workshops and Advice
Any student, any undergraduate degree, any academic query…
The Academic and Skills Development Centre provides non-judgemental advice on all academic queries, large or small. So if it’s referencing, essay writing, criticality or presentations skills, to name just a few, then this is the place for you. The Centre provides a relaxed impartial environment for students to develop essential skills, ask questions and discuss with peers. So whether you want to develop skills, gain clarification or learn how to improve your grades, there is something for everyone. If there isn’t, then please let us know.
Based within the Student Support Centre at 50 Park Place all undergraduate students are welcome to register their attendance at the workshops by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org .
To see a full list of the workshops please check out the PDF below:
- Workshops for Term 2 2012/13 [13.2 Kb]
We look forward to seeing you.
Enhancing experience. Enhancing learning.