APPLICATIONS FOR HUM READING AND WRITING CAFÉ MENTORS (2019/20) NOW OPEN APPLICATIONS FOR HUM READING AND WRITING CAFÉ MENTORS (2019/20) NOW OPEN

• Are you a HUM student who would like to use your experience and knowledge to help your peers in HUM? 

• Could you mentor new students to help them manage the transition to university study?
 
UEA’s Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) scheme and the Faculty of Humanities are working together to pilot an exciting new initiative to create student-led learning communities across the Faculty in 2019/20.
 
Mentors will help to develop and run a ‘reading and writing cafe’, designed to help new students develop their academic practices as HUM scholars.

• What does being a mentor entail? Please see the role description for more information.
• How can I apply? Complete the application form, and email it to PAL@uea.ac.uk
 When is the closing date? 28th of May.

Applications for PAL Mentors and Officers (2019/20) NOW open Applications for PAL Mentors and Officers (2019/20) NOW open

PAL Mentors and Officers work in participating schools at the UEA to deliver mentoring to first year undergraduate students. PAL mentors are usually second or third year (sometimes fourth or fifth year) undergraduate students and PAL Officers are usually PGT or PGR students.


PAL Mentors and Officers receive:

  • full training
  • the opportunity to positively their enhance career prospects with worthwhile work experience
  • support from the PAL Team
  • a professional reference / PAL Star Award certificate

PAL Officer Volunteer Vacancies 2019/20

Please read Volunteering as a PAL Officer 2019/20 for further information.  To apply fill in a PAL Officer volunteer application form.

PAL Mentor Volunteer Vacancies 2019/20

Please read Volunteering as a PAL Mentor 2019/20 for further information. To apply fill in a PAL Mentor Volunteer Application Form (except for ECO applicants who should contact the School direct).
HSC Paramedic Science - closed for further applications from year 2 students

PAL Project Developer Volunteers 2019/20 PAL Project Developer Volunteers 2019/20

Currently on hold - email PAL@uea.ac.uk for further information

The PAL team is seeking dynamic and creative students to become actively involved in helping to shape the future of the project and drive it forward.  While PAL Mentors deliver the mentoring, PAL Project Developers will use their skills to help expand and develop the project throughout the university. The development roles already identified include events, recruitment, social media, resources, promotion, liaison, monitoring and evaluation, however you can also suggest another role to suit your own talents.

Please read Volunteering as a Project Developer 2019/20 for further information. To apply, fill in a Project Developer Volunteer Application form.

Email PAL@uea.ac.uk for further information.

Participating Schools Participating Schools

School/programme

PAL module supported

School of Chemistry

 

Light Atoms and Molecules (CHE-4202Y)

Electromagnetism, Optics, Relativity & Quantum Mechanics (PHY-4001Y) in second semester

School of Computing Sciences

Programming 1 (CMP-4008Y)

School of International Development

Semester 1: Introduction to Development Studies (DEV-4001A/DEV-4006A)

Semester 2:Optional Modules

School of Economics

Mathematics for Economists (ECO-4003A) & new for 2019/20 - Intermediate Micro-Economics (ECO 5007A, a second year module) 

Health Sciences, Adult Nursing (Autumn Semester)

The Foundations of Nursing (HSCN4001A)

Health Sciences, Adult Nursing (Spring semester)

The Foundations of Nursing (HSCA4002B)

Health Sciences, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy  Speech & Language Therapy

OT/PT: Human Sciences (HSC4042Y) & SLT: Foundations (HSC-4023A)

Health Sciences, Paramedic Science

Foundations of Paramedic Practice (HSCP4041Y)

Norwich Medical School

Module 1: The Human Life Cycle (MEDA4002A) Module 2: Locomotion (MEDA4001B)

Foundation module: Introduction to Issues in Healthcare (MED-3002Y)

Pharmacy

Preparing to become a Pharmacy Professional (PHA-4010Y)

Introduction to Drug Delivery and Pharmacokinetics (PHAP40077)