Want to help the next generation of alumni?
There are many ways you can work with the University for the benefit of current students:
Become a mentor: Roehampton Graduate Mentoring Scheme [GMS]Roehampton is keen to connect current students and alumni to share their knowledge and skill in relevant areas. This year the University will be expanding their mentoring programme to pair Roehampton Alumni with current students looking for graduate level employment. All alumni mentors will be given a brief introduction to the scheme, guidance for mentors and be invited to a welcome event. The only requirement is a passion for your profession and a willingness to spend a couple hours per month developing a relationship with a current student. As a mentor, you will be rewarded by sharing your knowledge and skills, helping others succeed, and supporting future graduates in their transition to the working world.
Register your interest HERE
Guest lecture or workshop: Speak to a group of students and share professional insights; helping them make the transition to the world of work.
Offer work experience: Contribute to our Employability and Entrepreneurship scheme by providing internships or work experience or by providing careers counselling on-campus.
Be a voice for Roehampton: Who better than our alumni to tell future students how great of an experience you can have at Roehampton? We are looking for former Roehampton students to assist our recruitment team at events in the UK or overseas – both on campus and online. In addition, we are always on the hunt for alumni who would be willing to share their post-Roehampton experience and be profiled in University publications, such as our prospectus, or even on the website. If you would be willing to share, we'd love to talk to you.
If you would like to be involved in these or any other way as an alumnus, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
are delighted to receive offers of support from alumni and from others who wish
to give financially or of their time or expertise. There are many ways in
which you can make a difference to current and future students.
If you would like to talk to someone about making a gift to the University or
supporting it in some other way please contact
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We would be pleased to talk to any trust or foundation interested in supporting
a growing university with a long tradition of commitment to education, social
justice, inclusion and the arts.
Contact Eleanor Merrick for more information.