York Profiles & Mentors is a career profiles and mentoring tool for University of York students, created by Careers and York Alumni Association.

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You can use the career profiles on this website to learn more about the world of work or to find a York graduate who can be your mentor.

You can also write a profile about your work experience for other students to read ( then click My Account to get started).

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Your experience of the world of work could transform a York student’s career prospects – whether you mentor them, answer a question or provide a written profile for them to read.

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Carina T. (Psychology, Alcuin, 2013)

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Assistant Psychologist working with children and adolescents at NELFT

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Carina T. (Psychology, Alcuin, 2013)

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Visiting Research Assistant in Psychiatry at University of Cambridge

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Carina T. (Psychology, Alcuin, 2013)

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Assistant Psychologist in Neuropsychology@UCLH NHS Foundation Trust

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Ben J. (Philosophy, James, 2014)

Graduate employment profile Mentor Accepts questions

International tax support and guidance for Deloitte

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FANGYU L. (Education, Wentworth, 2019)

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Lizzie M. (Psychology, Vanbrugh, 2016)

Graduate employment profile Accepts questions

Audience research at the BBC

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Mona A. (Management, Goodricke, 2016)

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Lucy V. (Archaeology, Vanbrugh, 2013)

Graduate employment profile Mentor Accepts questions

TV reporter, producer and presenter for the BBC

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Jade B. (Sociology, James, 2018)

Internship/placement profile Accepts questions

People were willing to take time out of their day to help me and I even managed to get invited to things that were not directly related to my area.

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Olivia M. (Psychology, Halifax, 2016)

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MSc Neuroimaging for Clinical & Cognitive Neuroscience student hoping to (potentially) carve out a research career in the field of schizophrenia