Cognition & Co is looking for passionate Psychology students and graduates to assist with the duties associated with organizing and maintaining the Masters Mentorship Network in 2021, along with some other research and administrative tasks.
We need individuals to fill the roles of Mentorship Facilitators and work together as a team to ensure the success of the Masters Mentorship Network in 2021.
These are volunteer positions; unfortunately Cognition & Co is unable to compensate the volunteers financially, however we will be able to provide referee reports for those that would like. This is also an incredible networking opportunity for students seeking experience in the field of psychology in South Africa.
These positions will run for the duration of 2021 and will require roughly 6-8 hours of work a week, all done remotely. The Mentorship Facilitators will need an internet connection and a computer from which to work.
- B Degree in Psychology or BPsych/BPsych Equivalent.
- Honours Degree in Psychology (can be studying in 2021).
- Must be applying for Masters in 2021 (for class of 2022).
- Must be applying to roughly 10 or more universities in 2021 for Masters.
If you are interested in being involved, please prepare the following and send it to the email address below;
- Recent copy of your CV.
- Cover letter detailing what you can bring to the team.
Application deadline is 23h59 on Sunday 29th of November 2020. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further interviews.
Send the above documents to email@example.com with the subject line; Your Name – Mentorship Facilitator Volunteer Position
These positions are NOT applications for the Masters Mentorship Network. Those applications will open in February 2021. These positions are for students and graduates that want to be a part of orchestrating the Masters Mentorship Network initiative.