5 Minutes, 5 Questions: James Marsh

James Marsh is new to US in Schools Mentoring this year but is no stranger to the Outreach Team; he is an alumnus of Discover Arts and Humanities. James is February’s Mentor of the Month as he clearly engaged his mentees to undertake the research project with great enthusiasm. We hope he enjoyed reading his mentee’s 11 page creative writing piece as well as his mentees’ projects on future careers. Not only did he inspire some fantastic research projects he set challenging SMART Targets for all of his mentees.
 
February 2018 - James Marsh (Clifton)Where are you from:
I’m from Rotherham

What are you studying:
I’m studying Archaeology.

Where are you mentoring:
Clifton Community School

What made you want to become a mentor:
I wanted to become a mentor because I wanted to try and help young people in the local area who are in a similar position to where I was a few years back.

What is the best thing about mentoring so far and what are you most looking forward to:
The best thing about mentoring so far has been looking over the projects that my mentors have produced, and I am looking forward to the celebration evening.


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