New book on mentoring

This looks very interesting…

The Student’s guide to peer mentoring: Get more from your university experience

by Louise Frith, Gina May, Amanda Pocklington (2017 Palgrave)

There are many different reasons for students to become a peer mentor. Perhaps you are looking to enhance your CV, or simply to help others? Whatever your motivations,  this book will serve as an indispensable companion and will help you to make the most of your experience.

Available on Amazon (for a reasonable price).

 

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