Volunteer mentors needed to help young people of Glasgow

A man helps a young person, as they work on a laptop together
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MCR Pathways is looking for more volunteer mentors to help reach more young people across Glasgow, including those who are care-experienced or otherwise identified by the school as vulnerable, to build aspirations and fulfil their potential.

Currently, the North East (where Calton is) has a need for volunteers in all secondary schools, where you can engage with the students in 1:1 relationship-based mentoring focused on building confidence, belief and self-esteem. Mentors spend an hour each week listening to and encouraging a young person in their school, and you don’t need any qualifications to take part (training and ongoing support are provided).

You can find out more from the video linked below, or at https://mcrpathways.org/glasgow/

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