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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.




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.




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 for more information.