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These young people may be from more disadvantaged areas of the city or they may be the first in their family to think about entering higher education.
Often this means they do not have access to the necessary knowledge and advice in order to realise this aspiration.
Mentoring involves getting to know a young person and building a relationship through engaging with them one-to-one.
The project needs to recruit volunteer adult mentors to support, challenge and inspire these young people as they envisage and plan their futures.
The scheme is looking for volunteers who can commit to weekly or fortnightly meetings to support a young person.
“I think that people underestimate the power that they can have in helping someone decide what they want to do. My mentor is a huge factor in me getting here and I genuinely don’t think I’d be here if I didn’t have her helping me.”
If you feel you have spare time to get to know a young person and support them in achieving their goals, please make contact by visiting the website where you can find out more and make an online application.