KAN aims to develop future leaders in education and social impact who feel part of a wider community and have increased opportunities thanks to the experiences and skills they develop through their commitment to the role.
Our undergraduate mentors are at the core of KAN. They are the link between any meet-up day or residential week and student success. By being a consistent point of contact with KAN students the mentor-mentee bond that develops over the four years is unique. Below is a summary of mentor responsibilities, resourses and details on how to apply to become a mentor.
Working as a mentor for KAN has been one of the most valuable experiences of my life. I love connecting with the students and I’ve also gained lots of important skills myself.
Mia, KAN Mentor