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The LCC Industry Mentoring Scheme aims to encourage and support postgraduate students in their transition from education to industry.
The scheme places LCC postgraduate students of all disciplines with industry professionals to support their development as they enter the creative industries.
Applications for the 2017/18 academic year are now closed.
See yourself as a mentor? We always want to hear from those in the creative industries who are keen to pass on their knowledge to the next big things.
Laura Colapietro is Senior Account Director at ING PR & Communications. She has 10 years’ experience in public relations and communications, working with clients across architecture, design, property and culture in the UK and internationally.
Laura advises senior management teams on all communications aspects and has an exemplary array of contacts, having delivered successful campaigns in collaboration with leading international organisations and institutions.
A journalist by background, Lynda Relph-Knight was editor of Design Week for 22 years. Now she works in design as a writer, curator and consultant. She runs student awards, linking with clients and consultancies, hosts quarterly dinners for designers of all disciplines and works on diverse projects with designers and design clients.
Rania is a 2014 graduate of LCC’s MA Interaction Design Communication course and currently a visual interaction designer at IBM London Design Studio.
Rania is interested in the relationship between people and technology and has worked across multiple sectors bringing the best design experience in financial services, health, publishing, retail, consumer goods, entertainment, fashion and telecommunications.
Having graduated from LCC in 1996, Colin has worked for many of the leading publishing agencies in London. He has since moved into a more branding and integrated communications field. Over his 21 year career, Colin has worked for companies including Coca-Cola, Kia Motors, BHF and the Ministry of Defence.