Are you able to offer 1 hour a week to provide both practical support and a listening ear?
What does Mentoring Involve?
Practical support includes:
Developing interview skills
Job searching and completing application forms
Attending college open days and job fairs
Introducing a young person to potential business contacts
Well-being and social support includes:
Being a listening ear
Building confidence and self-esteem
Helping overcome fears such as talking over the phone or using public transport
Developing skills for the workplace such as time-keeping, conflict resolution and communication skills
supports young people aged 16-25 throughout their journey of attaining, sustaining and thriving within education, employment and training.
is one-to-one mentoring for young people aged 11-19, who are most at risk of exclusion and/or are likely to become NEET upon leaving education.
Aware Mentoring: Supports young people aged 11-25 who are at risk of/involved in exploitation, crime and youth violence.
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