Pathways to Law Ambassadors
Pathways to Law was set up by the Sutton Trust and The Legal Education Foundation in 2006 to inspire and support academically-able students from non-privileged backgrounds, who are interested in a career in Law.
The programme looks to inspire and support students to explore a range of careers in law and build essential knowledge, skills and confidence required to go on to higher education and the world of work. All Pathways to Law students are also offered real-life experience, with a work placement, and mentoring and networking opportunities. The programme is fun and totally free and in addition to building skills, knowledge and confidence, successful students may also benefit from reduced University offers and some scholarships and bursaries.
The School of Law are looking for specifically trained Student Ambassadors to support this programme by assisting at visits and events, mentoring participants and being positive role models. This is a fantastic opportunity to develop communication skills and gain experience working in a team. The opportunity will be on-going throughout your undergraduate studies.
You will be paid for all activity at the usual Ambassador rate.
Applications are now open and the closing date to apply is 25 October 2019.
- School of Law at Queen Mary - Pathways to Law programme
- The Sutton Trust - Pathways to Law programme
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