Momentum supports students who identify as:
- a mature student
- a commuter student
- a care leaver or estranged student
- a man who is from a working class / low economic background
- having a disability
- in need of support to develop your confidence
This is a non-identity match programme, so you will not necessarily share a specified characteristic with your mentee.
The Black Asian Minority Ethnic (BAME) Match programme pairs people of colour with students of colour.
This is an identity match programme.
The Pride Network at American Express partners with the University of Brighton Careers Service to deliver the LGBT+ Uni-Amex mentoring programme. Mentors will have been referred to this programme by Niall Roche at American Express.
This programme supports students who identify as:
- lesbian gay
- and all sexualities, genders and identities that fall under the plus.
This is an identity match programme, so mentors will share a specific characteristic with their mentee.
Men in Primary Education
The Men in Primary Education mentoring programme aims to counter the low numbers of male role models in primary education. If you are a current male primary school teacher, you can offer support to a man training to teach in primary schools. You will have the opportunity to share your knowledge and experience.
NGDP Graduate programme for students of colour
This is a mentoring programme for students of colour who would like to apply for the NGDP graduate scheme.
If you are in your final year and interested in applying for a place on the 2 year local government graduate programme, then you can apply to have a mentor. Your mentor is a person of colour who is in their second year of the graduate programme within local government.