Joe Shipperbottom Mentoring Stirling University Undergraduate
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February 1, 2019

Joe Shipperbottom, Environmental Scientist at Envireau Water is pleased to be offering guidance and support to a student at University of Stirling as part of the Faculty of Natural Sciences Career Mentoring Programme.

Having gained his degree in Environmental Geography at the University of Stirling, Joe is supporting the student by:

  • Discussing their career choices and options with them.
  • Assisting them to identify their skills, abilities and qualities.
  • Building their confidence and assisting them to improve on their weaknesses.
  • Informing them about internships and recruitment schemes open to graduates.
  • Providing advice about job applications, job searching and CV writing.
  • Providing opportunities for them to develop their interview skills.
  • Giving them an insight into a particular industry.

Joe joined Envireau Water straight from University and now, as well as fulfilling his role of Environmental Scientist, is completing a part-time MSc in Hydrogeology and Water Management at the University of Newcastle, sponsored by Envireau Water. From the experience gained during his 4 years at Envireau Water, Joe is able to provide valuable insight into life after university. He commented: “I was very pleased to be given the opportunity to be a mentor. Not only is it great to retain links with Stirling University, it’s fantastic to know that my knowledge and experience can help and inspire students.”

Meet Joe here and find out more about the Faculty of Natural Sciences Career Mentoring Programme here.