How is this program run?
This program is running both face-to-face and online.
What will I do?
The In2Uni Program engages with individuals in targeted schools and communities to build their awareness and aspirations towards higher education and to provide them with the knowledge and skills to get there. This is achieved through a range of activities including mentoring, study skills workshops and on-site experiences for students, teachers and families.
The In2Uni mentors are responsible for the delivery of these activities and are the backbone of the In2Uni program. Mentors will focus on planning and facilitating mentoring and engagement sessions in schools, and supporting school students through learning activities when on campus.
How will I benefit?
As an In2Uni mentor we will provide you with training and professional development in order to support you to:
- Improve your communication and presentation skills
- Work with a dynamic and passionate team
- Enhance your leadership skills through being a role model to future students
- Become an effective problem solver by working in diverse and complex environments
- Be a reflective learner
This role will provide those students who are interested in education the opportunity for relevant, paid work experience.
How do I apply?
For more information and to apply visit the In2Uni website.
Are there any special requirements for this role?
Yes, if your application is successful, you must be willing to undertake a 'Working with Children Check'.
Minimum requirements for UOWx recognition
To receive UOWx Recognition, you will need to complete the following:
- An "engaged" student will need to complete a minimum of 20 hours within a calendar year
- A "highly engaged" student will need to complete a minimum of 60 hours within a calendar year
Visit the In2Uni website.
|Approximately four to nine hours per week