Industry Mentoring Scheme

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Industry Mentoring Scheme

A one to one programme of support to help you achieve your very best

Our Industry Mentoring Scheme can open up many doors for our ambitious and driven students and help give them the best possible preparation for the working world.  We will help you gain invaluable skills, knowledge and experience by assigning you an Industry Mentor who will support you with your academic studies and plans for the future.

Your mentor will offer first hand advice and guidance on interview technique, work experience placements, university and job applications, and can help you develop more day to day skills such as time management and organisation.

Whatever it is you hope to do after South Hunsley Sixth Form, we will help you get there.

Hear what our students have to say about the benefits of this scheme:

  • Josh Holborough

    Josh Holborough

    "My mentoring experience has played a key part in helping me decided what to do when I finish Sixth Form. I meet with my mentor monthly for CV and university application advice. My mentor helped me organise work experience in the business sector and it is helpful to be able to talk with someone experienced in the sector you are interested in."

  • Megan Dinsdale

    Megan Dinsdale

    "I met my mentor through an internship at RB, which sixth form had organised as part of the Employer Led Programme. My mentor had studied Chemistry at university, which is similar to what I want to do and therefor gave me valuable information about subject areas."

  • Shayma Fleet

    Shayma Fleet

    "My mentor had contacts within the civil engineering and helped me to arrange some valuable work experience. After several insightful placements I now know that I would like to specialise in civil structural engineering. My mentor is there for me to talk and has been supportive through my UCAS application."

  • Tom Ashbridge

    Tom Ashbridge

    "My mentor has been great, offering me interview advice and reading through my personal statement. Hearing my mentor talk of their ownexperiences within the medical sector has been very insightful."