Our Futures programme supports and inspires sixth-form pupils from low-income communities to make informed decisions about studying at university. We focus on helping them understand which university is right for them, how they will get there, and give them the confidence to make the most ambitious choices about their future.
Become a Futures mentor
We’re currently looking for enthusiastic, caring individuals with a genuine interest in supporting young people to become Futures Mentors. You will guide and support two sixth-form pupils to make choices about their future so they can make high-quality, well-informed university applications.
Futures mentors must currently be from the Teach First community – ambassadors, participants, partners or employees.
Watch our video about mentoring
We’re recruiting mentors until 24 April 2017.
As a mentor you will:
- Spend time working with two inspirational young people from your area.
- Develop your own coaching, communication and organisation skills.
- Have a rewarding experience helping to address inequality in education.