Become A Mentor

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Mentoring is a special partnership between two people based on commitment to the Mentoring process, common goals/expectations, of the partnership, mutual trust and respect. Mentoring is both a “Get and Give” experience with the goal of providing a rich and rewarding experience for both partners. We ask you to share your information so the program Lead can match you in a mentoring relationship. Both you and your recommended mentor will have the opportunity to agree to the pairing before you are assigned to work together.

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Requirements

We are looking for young people aged between 15 to 25 and residing, studying, or recreating in Wyndham.

Supporting The Community

Our program is designed to support with career pathways, education, training and or employment and connecting with your community.

Become A Leader

We are looking for people to increase their leadership skills and to be a positive role model in someones life.

Wyn Mentoring Focus

The Mentoring project will provide a structured trusting relationship that brings people together with caring individuals who offer guidance, support and encouragement. The project will enhance participant’s social, emotional wellbeing, improve social skills and increase self-esteem. The program will pair young people with Rotarians who have skills and connections in areas of particular interest to each young person. The program will hold a series of workshops derived from young people targeted at their peers, parents, careers and community leaders.

The mentoring relationship will focus on:
1. Mentoring to assist young people to positively engage in and maintain their participation in education, training and employment.
2. Mentoring to assist young people to further develop their individual talents and/or leadership skills in a specific area in order for them to reach their full potential.
3. Mentoring to assist with building young people’s capacity through existing connections.
4. Mentoring to assist young people with positive role modelling.