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As part of the STAMINa mentoring network project we have collated case studies on mentoring schemes so you can learn about different schemes and how they have developed and operate. Each of these schemes has been initially summarised using our framework for
Mentoring scheme Sustainability so you can select the case studies which may best suit the type of mentoring scheme you run, or are seeking to run. This means you can identify the case study by its Purpose, Forms of Mentoring, Marketing of the Mentoring scheme, Recruitment and Selection of Mentors and Mentees, Matching, Administration and Training, Monitoring of Mentoring Relationships and Evaluation.
We would like to add to our range of case studies so if you have a case study to share - please get in touch with Dr Judie Gannon via
This case study focuses on the following:
Download Radcliffe Department of Medicine Mentoring scheme
Download Women in Film and Television Mentoring Scheme
This scheme has some very distinctive features, which include compulsory mentoring for some mentees, dyads interact virtually and the payment of mentors.
Download Case study of NCT mentoring
The incentive for the creation of this scheme is to allow students to start building their own network and provide them with an outlet to speak to people who are currently working in an environment or industry that is aspirational to them. Allowing students to get a full perspective, as opposed to solely relying on people within their direct environment, a mentor could provide feedback and views on:
The scheme, although open to all part two undergraduates, was designed with the needs of widening participation students in mind with the aim of enhancing social, economic and cultural capital for those involved where needed. The broad aim was focused on student employability: “to enable students to make a confident transition into graduate level work.” Alongside this we designed a range of key performance indicators for which we measure positive shifts for each mentee and the cohort as a whole:
Download Case study of the Thrive Career Mentoring Scheme
We are looking for other people passionate about mentoring to join the network and support the sustainability and sharing of good practice across schemes. Contact us via
LinkedIn Group STAMINA - SUSTAINABLE MENTORING NETWORK
Facebook: STAMINA Mentoring Network
Please see more information about the project associated with the development of the Network below.