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Queen’s Young Leaders programme is looking for mentors

February 14th, 2018

The Leading Change team, Cambridge

The Queen’s Young Leaders programme is in the final stages of recruiting professionals to serve as mentors. The programme discovers, celebrates and supports exceptional young change-makers from across the Commonwealth.

Applications close on Sunday 18th February 2018 – you can apply here. 

Mentoring will begin in the last weeks of April 2018 and is voluntary and flexible.

You may find it helpful to read the Mentors’ Guide before completing the application form. You can apply for the following roles:

  1. You can be a PERSONAL MENTOR; this means offering 30 hours to a QYL Winner from April to December 2018.
  2. You can be an ADVISORY MENTOR; which means offering up to 8 one-hour sessions to any QYL between May and December 2018.
  3. You can also opt to be both a Personal and Advisory Mentor which may lead to around 38 hours of time with QYLs.

Below are links to the application survey. You can review the material to see if this is an opportunity for you, or you can share within your networks to help recruit further excellent professionals!

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The Leading Change team, Cambridge

The Queen’s Young Leaders programme is in the final stages of recruiting professionals to serve as mentors. The programme discovers, celebrates and supports exceptional young change-makers from across the Commonwealth.

Applications close on Sunday 18th February 2018 – you can apply here. 

Mentoring will begin in the last weeks of April 2018 and is voluntary and flexible.

You may find it helpful to read the Mentors’ Guide before completing the application form. You can apply for the following roles:

  1. You can be a PERSONAL MENTOR; this means offering 30 hours to a QYL Winner from April to December 2018.
  2. You can be an ADVISORY MENTOR; which means offering up to 8 one-hour sessions to any QYL between May and December 2018.
  3. You can also opt to be both a Personal and Advisory Mentor which may lead to around 38 hours of time with QYLs.

Below are links to the application survey. You can review the material to see if this is an opportunity for you, or you can share within your networks to help recruit further excellent professionals!