Inter-Programme Peer Mentoring to Enhance Employability and more art by Christine Haddow

Inter-Programme Peer Mentoring to Enhance Employability, 2021
75 x 100 cm (h x w)

This presentation provides a brief overview of a collaborative project which brought students together.


Christine Haddow is a lecturer in Criminology and Programme Leader for the BA (Hons) Criminology degree at Edinburgh Napier University, and an Employability Lead for the Social Sciences Subject group. Since joining ENU in 2015, Christine has led and contributed to a number of learning and teaching related projects and innovations, including the QAA Scotland Enhancement Themes sector cluster on Programme Leadership.

Susan Meldrum has been the Programme Leader of the Post Graduate Diploma in Career Guidance at Edinburgh Napier University for the past three years and a lecturer on the programme for a further four years. Susan comes from a career practitioner and training and development background and she gained fifteen years’ experience in a variety of settings in schools, colleges, universities and in the private sector before moving into academia. Susan’s research interests include developing group based approaches to career development practice.

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