One of the strongest protective factors for young people is to have a relationship with an adult outside of their immediate family where they feel safe, valued and listened to.
Mentoring in schools can assist young people who don’t require intensive assistance but who would benefit from a positive relationship with a caring and interested adult.
How does it work?
Stride provides training to Mentoring Coordinators to enable them to successfully manage a mentoring program in their school with local community volunteers.
Once the training is completed, Stride provides Mentoring Coordinators with a complete set of resources to enable the smooth operation of the program at a local level.
Resources provided include: Coordinators Manual, Volunteer Recruitment Pack, Volunteer Mentor Handbook, Volunteer Training Materials and all required Forms and Procedures.
To make an equiry or booking for this program, please click here.