Monday, 16 May 2016
Queer Mentoring Program
The Queer Mentoring Program (monash.edu/queermentor) at Monash University is an employability-focused mentoring program for Monash LGBTIQ+ to support their career development and help them prepare to enter the workforce.
As a mentor you can contribute to a student’s career future, provide insight to navigating sexuality and gender identity at work and support them in career planning and decision making.
As the Faculties LGBTIQ+ ally, I am particularly encouraging applications from individuals who are medical or allied health practitioners who would like to offer a mentoring partnership to medical or allied health LGBTIQ+ students in our Faculty.
Mentors must openly and comfortably identify as LGBTIQ+ and have at least five years professional experience in clinical medicine or allied health.
The mentoring partnership would typically run over 6 months with a one hour meeting each month.
If this sounds like something that suits you, please go to monash.edu/queermentor for more information and to complete the online form.
If you have any questions about this Program or any aspect of the LGBTIQ+ Ally network at Monash, please don't ever hesitate to contact Professor Brian Cooke (firstname.lastname@example.org) or any other member of the network (monash.edu/ally).