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Fostering opportunity for our student grantees

Having a mentor meant I had someone who had my back…It meant having someone who could rejoice in my success, see my progress and open me up to more and more opportunities.

Ayomikun Bolaji, Leathersellers’ Foundation student grantee


The Leathersellers Mentor Programme is not just about helping students, says Leathersellers’ member Harriet Stewart, “it’s a co-developmental process where both participants get something out of it. The Leathersellers have a unique platform to connect people at different places in their careers and I was interested to see how I, as a member, could contribute.”

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