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Charlotte Watson

Since starting the mentoring programme, I found my hidden skills and used them in all aspects of my life. My presentation skills became noticeable at the University, before I would dread presentations and get myself in a state, I could not wait to finish them either. Now I tend to nominate myself to go first and relish the fact that people are listening to me.

Danielle McDowall

Participating on the EMUS Programme was the best thing I have ever done. I was matched with a mentor from HM Revenue and Customs. During the 6 months on the programme my knowledge, work skills and confidence grew and now I am clear about the direction I want to take and how to achieve this. One of my main goals which I set on the scheme was to gain work experience in the Mental Health Sector. I am pleased to say, I was given an excellent opportunity for voluntary work in that field, which after extensive training which expected to lead to a full-time job. I could not have found this great opportunity if I did not participate on the EMUS Programme.

Christopher Nzurike

As a mentee on the EMUS Programme, I was able to gain a summer placement with Atkins Global, and at the end of my studies I will become a full time member of staff. Thanks to Flavia at the NMC and Mr Howard Shiplee at the Olympic Delivery Authority.

Abla Anaglavi

My mentor made me aware of many things I knew, but was not right. Being on the programme, help me to focus on what I really want to do after my study. My confidence and communication skills have improved immensely.


The mentee program was excellent. The program gave me insight into how multinational companies like Shell where I was mentored are run. It also helped me to understand what employers are looking for in employees. It is such invaluable program.

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