Sheffield Hallam University has a diverse student body, including Black, African, Asian, Arabic and other minority ethnic students. We use the term BAME to refer to students that are of, but not excluded to, Asian, Arabic, Chinese or African and/or Caribbean descent. The BAME Mentoring and Ambassador scheme is an opportunity for students, staff and alumni of Sheffield Hallam from the BAME community to support and represent BAME students.
The BAME mentoring scheme will help to support students from Black, African, Asian and minority ethnic groups to achieve academic success and to help with their development. This scheme will provide an opportunity for experienced and knowledgeable BAME students, staff and alumni who have experience of living, studying or working in the UK to support and guide less experienced or less knowledgeable students from a BAME background. The scheme will involve learning and development meetings between the mentor and mentee.
Do you want to get ahead in your career? Want to make sure you achieve your full potential? This is your opportunity to be mentored by fellow BAME students, university staff and Alumni who can use their experience in the workplace to help you get ahead!
Sheffield Hallam Student's Union BAME Mentoring and Ambassador Scheme is an opportunity for students, staff and alumni of Sheffield Hallam from the BAME community to support and represent BAME student throughout their time at Hallam.
Each Mentee will be paired with a mentor for twelve months. Mentors and mentees would be having regular meetings across 12 months and will discuss issues you like such as academic support and progression guidance, developing your confidence and gaining new skills and enhancing your career prospects.
The scheme is open to all students who identify as BAME - We use the term BAME to refer to students that are of, but not excluded to, Asian, Arabic, Chinese or African and/or Caribbean descent.
Interested in becoming a mentee? Sign up by clicking the link below.