University of Cambridge Institute for Continuing Education The Queen's Young Leaders

Mentors
The Queen’s Young Leaders Mentoring programme uses mentors to help the next generation develop social, environmental and cultural projects.

As part of their award, the Queen’s Young Leaders gain access to a variety of mentors. 

Who are the mentors?

These voluntary mentors are experts in their own field, and able to use their skills and experience to guide and support the young leaders with their social, cultural or environmental projects.

Personal mentors have committed to a one-to-one mentoring relationship with one of the Queen's Young Leaders, sharing advice, experience and networks.

See our personal mentors page. Click on the links to read more about individual personal mentors.

Advisory mentors help the Queen's Young Leaders tackle specific issues, as and when their skills and expertise are required.

See our advisory mentors page. Click on the links to read more about individual advisory mentors.

Being a mentor

Current mentors have described mentoring Queen's Young Leaders as “fulfilling”, “an absolute privilege” and “an experience filled with hope, aspiration, and love for humanity”

Read stories about our mentors' experiences