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

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Welcome students

You can use the career profiles on this website to learn more about the world of work, contact graduates directly with your questions, or to find a York graduate to mentor you.

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

Welcome alumni, staff and friends

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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Nicola F. (Social Policy and Social Work, Goodricke, 2002)

Graduate employment profile Mentor Accepts questions

Don't be afraid to try new ways of working

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Carol B. (Social Policy and Social Work)

Graduate employment profile

Making a difference

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Grace Kagendo I. (Social Policy and Social Work, Wentworth, 2010)

Casual part time and vacation work profile Mentor Accepts questions

Progressively consolidating knowledge, skills and work experience is key to career development. The choice of what courses to study while working should be guided by this so that everything builds up over time

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Lee F. (Social Policy and Social Work, 2008)

Graduate employment profile Mentor Accepts questions

Policy Research in the voluntary sector

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Kari G. (Social Policy and Social Work, 2009)

Graduate employment profile Mentor Accepts questions

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Terence W. (Social Policy and Social Work, Alcuin, 2004)

Graduate employment profile Mentor Accepts questions

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Rhiannon S. (Social Policy and Social Work, 2010)

Graduate employment profile

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Iris C. (Social Policy and Social Work, 2012)

Graduate employment profile

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Frances F. (Social Policy and Social Work, 2006)

Graduate employment profile

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Rachel R. (Social Policy and Social Work, 2010)

Graduate employment profile Accepts questions