Preparing for opportunities after the lock-down?
The University of Liverpool works in partnership with The Brilliant Club to offer you the opportunity to join the Scholars Programme in 2020-21.
You are invited to a webinar on the 29th April or 20th May to learn more about these opportunities.
The Scholars Programme is run by The Brilliant Club, an award-winning university access charity. They recruit and train doctoral and post-doctoral researchers to deliver programmes of university-style teaching to pupils in schools that serve under-represented communities.
Why Become a Scholars Programme PhD Tutor?
- Support local pupils from under-represented backgrounds to access university
- Get expert training and real experience to develop your teaching and other transferable skills
- Earn £500 per placement plus an additional £100 for designing a new course, and travel expenses
- Disseminate your research to small groups of school pupils
- Join a nationwide community of like-minded researchers making a huge impact on university access
The Brilliant Club will be running an online webinar on 29 April 2020 at 11am and 20 Mary 2020 at 11am, where you can find out more about the opportunity of becoming a Scholars Programme PhD tutor. Come along to find out more about the opportunity. To access the webinar, please follow the following links (Google chrome is recommended):
Wednesday 29 April 2020, 11am– https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/995686677
Wednesday 20 May 2020, 11am – https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/810030517
Successful applicants are able to select which terms they would like to work as a tutor in and whether they would like to deliver multiple-placements.
Tutors are supported by a training programme consisting of two full-days including sessions on tutorial pedagogy, assessment and designing a course handbook. Each Scholars Programme placement then begins with tutors accompanying their pupils on a university trip, followed by six further tutorials in their school. At the end of the programme pupils submit an assignment which is marked by their tutor.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to email The Brilliant Club at email@example.com.
Alternatively, are you looking for a full-time position?
If you’re keen on working with young people and feel passionate about our charity’s aims, you can apply to our sister programme, Researchers in Schools. RIS is a full-time route into teaching for PhDs that incorporates elements from The Scholars Programme, along with a host of other features designed to get the most from your research skill set. For more information on RIS, including funding and benefits, contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.researchersinschools.org