Work with us
We could not do what we do if we did not have enthusiastic and dedicated Widening Participation Tutors, Undergraduate Mentors, supporters and donors.
If you are interested in working with school pupils, from S1-S6, both in-school, online and on-campus, then part time work as a Widening Participation Tutor might be for you.
As an undergraduate student here at the University, you can work with us to support school pupils as they follow in your footsteps, working alongside Widening Participation staff and Postgraduate Tutors at on-campus events and visits. If you have taken part in a WP pre-entry programme, we will contact you when you start your degree to see if you are interested in being a Undergraduate Mentor.
We also work with a wide range of supporters, from funding bodies and local authorities to third sector organisations and donors.
If you are interested in exploring ways to collaborate and support widening participation work at the University of Glasgow, please contact us.
Work as a Widening Participation Tutor
Do you want to join our team of Widening Participation Tutors?
- Interested in a worthwhile part-time job with excellent pay and benefits?
- Want to work with school learners from S1-S6 in the West of Scotland in schools, online and on the university campus?
- Like to enhance your skills and CV with valuable teaching experience?
Starting late June every year, we recruit motivated, dynamic WP Tutors to work in schools on a part-time basis September - June.
Hours vary from week to week and the main qualities required are generic since no subject specific input is required. A commitment to widening access is essential and experience of tutoring is preferred.
Further details will be updated here annually so check back soon!
Work as an Undergraduate Widening Participation Mentor
BECOMING AN UNDERGRADUATE MENTOR
Undergraduate mentors play a key part on our widening participation programmes. This is a great part-time, flexible role that looks great on your CV and can fit easily around your studies and other commitments.
Becoming an undergraduate mentor will not only allow you to help other students with their transition into higher education but also give you the opportunity to develop the following transversal skills (attributes, behaviours and skills that can be used in a range of contexts):
- Attention to detail (Skill)
- Communication skills (Skill)
- Effective learner (Attribute / Skill)
- Problem solving (Skill)
- Responsible (Attribute / Skill)
- Teamwork (Behaviour / Attribute / Skill)
- Working flexibly (Behaviour / Skill)
- Resilience (Attribute / Behaviour / Skill)
If you took part in one of our widening participation programme, we will contact you asking you if you would like to become an undergraduate mentor.
For more information please contact us directly.