Hope in Haringey runs a small, part-time team dedicated to supporting 16 to 24-year-olds in their education and careers. Currently, more than 80 mentors volunteer to help students build their employability skills. Mentors help mentees to gain, grow, and exhibit the skills, motivation, and aspirations required for a successful future both professionally and personally. Mentors are primarily trained in one-to-one, solution-focused strategies. This allows mentors to put the young person in the centre of the relationship and support them as they achieve the goals they set for themselves. We work closely with the CONEL, Waltham Forest College and other educational partners to help students build their confidence, competence, and hope for their futures.
To volunteer as a mentor, you can sign up here, to read our mentoring report click here or for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org