Project Scotland supports young people across Scotland to reach their potential through tailored support, mentoring, and the opportunity to experience the benefits of a volunteering placement. We are searching for people to commit to spending one hour a week for a minimum of 6 months, mentoring the young people that Project Scotland works with. The support the mentor offers is dependent on what the volunteer finds useful and might include: helping your mentee to identify their skills and strengths, reflecting on their placement and working with them to develop their CV and interview skills.
The company's objects shall be to promote any chatitable purpose for the benifit of the public, in particular to promote the welfare and relieve the needs of the population in Scotland and elsewhere by encouraging and assisting young people and others with appropriate skills voluntarily to provide their skills and services to charitable organisations or for such purposes as are charitable in law.
round 1 hour per week arranged between mentor and mentee?
PVG registration required
Experience required: No experience is necessary, but previous experience mentoring would be a plus; ability to provide constructive helpful feedback; ability to relate to young people, build rapport and trust; active listening skills; ability to inspire, empower and motivate.
Minimum age: 18
Expenses paid: Yes
Expenses details: travel expenses
This opportunity is not listed at a specific location but is advertised across Dumfries & Galloway.