Building meaningful relationships between young people and volunteers
Our volunteers provide one-to-one mentoring support to help young people reach their goals.
Walking in the shoes of another person and offering non-judgemental support is one of the greatest gifts humans can give to one another. If you have a passion to learn, understand and give guidance, our mentorship programmes provide huge return to all that take part.
Our professionality supported programmes offer you continuous options to grow as a mentor, and you will benefit from the insightful and rewarding experience of working with some of the most amazing young people on their personal journeys.
Examples of mentoring:
60-1-6 Mentoring: supporting young people through the challenges brought about by the pandemic and helping them move towards a meaningful outcome. Mentors and mentees meet for one hour once a week, over a six-month period.
Progression mentorship: Supporting young people to achieve their goals in areas including work, education, training or volunteering.
Business mentors: guiding and mentoring those young people who have launched their own business with The Trust to help them run a successful business.
NHS/health care mentors: helping to support and prepare young people for a variety of health care roles after joining our specialist health care employability programmes.
Volunteer with us
If you’d like to find out more about becoming a mentor, register your interest and a member of our team will get in touch.