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Meet the Team

 

 

Amy

Hello, my name is Amy and I am currently studying for my MA in Disability Studies here at Hope, having recently completed my undergraduate degree in English Language and Special Educational Needs.  Before starting my undergraduate degree I had not studied for quite some time and did not feel very confident about my academic skills. Attending a couple of sessions with the writing mentors really helped boost my confidence and improve my academic writing, so I am really excited to be able to offer other students the same confidence boost and help them in developing their own academic writing style.

 

 

Daniel

I am currently studying my MA in Popular Music and Society, having completed my undergraduate degree in Music. It has taken a lot of time and hard work to get to the stage where I am now very confident in my academic writing ability and I hope that as a mentor I will inspire students and help them to become confident writers like me. I am passionate about writing and research and I feel that being a writing mentor is very rewarding. Outside of studying and mentoring, I enjoy reading, music, art, football, politics and travelling.

 

 

Lauren

Heya, my name is Lauren and I am currently studying my MA in Disability Studies here at hope after recently graduating with a degree in Education and SEN.  Outside of mentoring and studying I also work within the cultural and arts sector within a museum, developing and delivering informal education to a whole range of audiences. As a mentor, I am really excited to share my knowledge and experiences of academic writing in a fun and engaging way. 

 

If you are interested in becoming a Writing Mentor, please ensure that you are signed up to Hope Works. You can do this by either popping into the employability hub in the Gateway building or email hopeworks@hope.ac.uk for more information.