- Published: 10 April 2017
The William Angliss Institute Faculty of Higher Education Mentoring Program was launched on 3 April.
The program was established to support students’ formal academic training by providing a link to the profession in a structured and tailored way and is now in its fourth year.
Associate Dean Higher Education Operations Andrew Dolphin said “We are grateful for the commitment of these mentors as this program enables our students to connect with our industry partners and learn even more about the industry they are interested in.”
The mentees have been selected based on their drive and determination, their enthusiasm for the industry and obvious desire to succeed.
Careers Coordinator Elysia Chan said, “This program allows students to start to explore their careers and develop their professional identities. They work closely with a mentor in their chosen field who can share insights and help them grow and develop connections within the industry and the wider community.