IntoUniversity provides local learning centres where young people are inspired to achieve. At each local centre IntoUniversity offers a range of innovative programmes that support young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain either a university place or another chosen aspiration. Volunteering with us offers experience working with young people, access to high quality training and on-going support from our enthusiastic staff team, and a chance to build leadership and communication skills. Volunteers make a measurable impact on the young people we work with and act as a real force for change in their local communities. IntoUniversity is currently looking for university students to volunteer as mentors. The IntoUniversity Mentoring Scheme pairs university student mentors with young people aged 10-17, providing them with tailored one-to-one support to boost their aspirations and achieve their full potential.

IntoUniversity Student Mentor
Become a mentor with IntoUniveristy and change a young person's life! 

See what other students say about this project

Volunteering 'can make a real change to someone's life'
Melisa Sahan is an MSci Psychology student. She shares her experience volunteering as a student mentor with IntoUniversity, an organisation that supports young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to attain either a university place or another chose aspiration.
"Volunteering as a mentor has had an overall positive effect on my wellbeing and development."
Ameerah Patel is a third-year Psychology student. She spoke to us about her experience of volunteering with IntoUniversity as a mentor and how the role has honed her leadership and communication skills. 
"You get to choose how you want to help someone."
Ujjayanta Bhaumik, who studied Msc Computer Graphics Vision and Imaging at UCL, spoke with us about his time volunteering with Camden Council's Coding Club and IntoUniversity.
"I would completely recommend volunteering to anybody that is thinking about it!"
We sat down to chat with Dow Siriboonlamom, a final year BSc Human Sciences student, about her experien