Track to Trin is an innovative, student-led pilot mentoring scheme for Black Year 12 students and set to launch in March. Created by outgoing Trinity College Students’ Union (TCSU) Access and BME officers, Elizabeth Beevers and Serena Cole, the programme will be run, virtually, from April to September 2021. PhD students from Trinity’s postgraduate academic community will be selected to lead monthly online supervision-style sessions with Black Year 12 students, aiming to offer guidance and super-curricular support.
This scheme will equip participants with skills and resources to boost their attainment, as well as developing their academic curiosity for their chosen subject. In the later stages of the programme, attention will be turned to developing confidence for their upcoming university applications. Sessions will run be alongside workshops led by Trinity Ambassadors, focusing on interview skills and personal statement writing.
This scheme aims to ensure that Trinity College targets groups who are most underrepresented at the university, ensuring that access to academic materials and application support resources are available to all, irrespective of background.
You can find out more about the programme via a news article on our website.
If you are interested in participating in this exciting pilot scheme, we would love to hear from you and you can apply here. The deadline for applications is Friday, 5th March 2021.