It is essential to retain a child-like curiosity and always to question what we receive. That's how to become educated.
My time with a Thrive mentor
The following is from a second year student's account of his experience of working with his Thrive mentor, Charlie Leech, who works at The Telegraph.
Work experience as a Thrive mentee
From the beginning of the mentoring scheme, I was offered several different work experience activities. First, I volunteered at the Telegraph's Bike and Outdoor Show at the Excel Centre in London, which Charlie managed to get me into straight away. During the eve...
Analia Kandel (MA Teaching English as a Foreign Language 2001)
I started teaching English in 1989 and came to Reading in 1998 to study the MA in TEFL at the Centre for Applied Language Studies- or CALS (now known as the International Study and Language Centre). Since my return, I have worked both in the public and private sectors as a teacher, teacher trainer, administrator and consultant. In 2009 I was privileged to have been elected by my colleagues as President of APIBA, Buenos Aire...