*AccessAbility Graduates University of Greenwich

The following *AccessAbility ambassadors have graduated from the University of Greenwich since the *AccessAbility Project started in July 2007. The majority of the ambassadors went into employment with some going on to postgraduate studies:

Alan

BA Hons Business Administration

"Being an *AccessAbility Ambassador has provided me with an engaging means by which to reach out to others taking their first steps in to higher education. I started at the beginning of my second year studying and continued to work on a sustained project - in addition to many other related events - mentoring and supporting college students undertaking preparatory courses prior to their applications to university programmes, two or three days a week, for two years. "

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Mark

Computer Science

"I became an *AccessAbility Ambassador in order to reach out to people who had never dreamed of going to university and to help people with my disorders to achieve their dreams. After graduation, I hope to become a maths teacher or IT entrepreneur."

David

Mechanical Engineering

"As an *AccessAbility Ambassador, I have done a variety of different jobs, including providing specialist information at Open Days and one-to-one mentoring. Reassuring other students with disabilities or dyslexia has also been a good experience. Without the extra time in exams because of my dyslexia, I would never have achieved a 2:1. Having such a good degree has opened up new opportunities for my future."