Mentoring Programs

Mentoring Programs

Youth Frontiers    Northern NSW

Youth Frontiers Northern NSW

Youth Frontiers is the NSW Government Youth Mentoring Program that targets years 8 and 9 students, who have the capacity to benefit from youth mentoring that focuses on leadership and civic engagement. Every year, more than 1,200 young people will have the opportunity to participate in the program delivered across NSW.

Young people participating in Youth Frontiers receive a minimum of 30 hours mentoring, including at least 10 hours of one-on-one mentoring. The program will give mentees an opportunity to build life skills and self-confidence by working collaboratively with their mentors and stakeholders to undertake a community project that makes a positive difference in their local community.

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In-School Mentoring – Metro, SWR & SER

In-School Mentoring – Metro, SWR & SER

In School Mentoring (ISM) program is designed to provide students in primary school with a positive learning experience, to build their social and emotional skills, communication, leadership, self-worth and community connections through activities that will increase their knowledge, exposure and skill development in these areas. Volunteer mentors work weekly with students in selected schools.

A lunchtime drop in centre is delivered across high schools in the SWR Region. Initially set up to re-engage with former ISM participants, the centre’s operate one lunchtime per week across the school year and are accessible to all students within the school. Centre’s provide an access point for other youth services to engage with target group.

To find out more about any of our programs and services, please contact our head office: info@ywcansw.com.au