UMO enables students to reach their full potential through specialised mentoring
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UMO is an ethical organisation based in London.
Our services include:
We also undertake quantitative and qualitative research on mentoring.
Mentoring can help people in many different ways depending on the need of the individual student and what they would like to work on themselves. Mentoring can also work in association with the needs assessment. In all instances, the mentor will help the mentee to identify, define and articulate their individual goals and personal motives.
For some, mentoring can help by:
UMO provides a unique specialised mentoring service
UMO mentors are very well qualified and experienced in their field. They all hold post graduate qualifications and at least five years post qualification experience. Most have 20 or so years experience. All have extensive experience of the university environment and work to the highest levels of professional governance where appropriate. For safeguarding purposes, all our mentors are enhanced CRB checked.
We adhere to the NMH Charter. UMO is a member of the National Association of Disabled Practitioners and adhere's to its mission statement and aims of promoting "excellence in the quality and consistency of educational support services provided for disabled students."
UMO endeavours to deliver a highly professional, respectful and thoughtful service for all who engage.
Practices, Procedures and quality of the service is regularly monitored and reviewed to ensure the highest level of quality control and professionalism is maintained at all times.
“I don't think I would be able to continue with my course without the help of my mentor. The opportunity to discuss and reflect on the problems that my disability causes in relation to my studies has been invaluable. I may have got more out of learning through reflection about my capabilities and overcoming my limitations from my mentoring than I have from my course in fact. I think the mentoring is also going to be very important in enabling me to confidently manage a return to employment following my course.”
“My mentor is amazing - she asks the right questions, responds in the right way, always encourages and supports me, and we work at a personal level”
“The mentor was very honest, and genuinely cared about my well being.”
“My mentor was very well matched to my background and interests - almost as if if each student is 'hand-picked' a mentor.”
UMO recruits highly qualified and experienced mental health practitioners who also have a background of working with students at university. Applicants, with a CV and covering letter should be made to: email@example.com.
If you are suitably experienced and are studying or have studied within the field of psychology and are interested in widening your skill set with an internship in relation to social media communication, please email your CV and a covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org.