Wikipedia:WikiProject Guild of Copy Editors/Members/Mentorship

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THE GOCE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM IS NOW CLOSED:

Please discuss reopening the Mentorship program at the GOCE main talk page. Editors listed as mentors may no longer be active on Wikipedia.

The following discussion is closed. Please do not modify it. Subsequent comments should be made on the appropriate discussion page. No further edits should be made to this discussion.

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The mentorship program is designed to match up people who wish to get feedback and learn to improve their copy editing skills with an available experienced editor from the Guild of Copy Editors. If you find a person in the list below that you think you would like to work with, please contact them on their talk page. Mentors make a minimum one-month commitment of availability to their student, and will mentor no more than two people at a time. Please check with one of the GOCE coordinators before adding your name to the list as an available mentor.

Mentor Availability Interests Notes
Tea with toast (talk · contribs · count) Busy I am a scientist by trade and also have a wide variety of interests including geography, cultures, and subjects in the humanities. Beyond copy editing, I also like bringing articles up to Good article criteria. I am mostly available on weekends. My activity on the weekdays is often limited.
Miniapolis (talk · contribs · count) Available Varied—anything equine-related; also interested in languages, geography, nature, science and philosophy. I enjoy learning from the articles I copyedit, and will gladly help with structure and layout in addition to copyediting. Equal availability weekdays and weekends (apart from the occasional RL interruption).