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NYAS: Peer Mentors needed to support care experienced young people.

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The role:
We are looking for 18-29 year olds to volunteer to support younger people to make informed decisions based on their own needs and goals. Mentors can choose to build a one to one relationship or to work with a group.

What would you achieve?
The mentees will require support to develop their life skills and confidence within their transition from leaving care. You can complete an accredited level 2 qualification in Peer Mentoring.

What would be expected of you?
– To volunteer your time for at least 2-3 hours a fortnight
– To be aged between 18-29
– To be good a listener and to be non-judgemental
– You will be able to build positive relationships
– You will be available to complete level 2 training

We particularly welcome applications from care experienced young people.

To find out more information or to request an application pack please contact:
Youth Peer Development Worker Wales
E: [email protected] T: 029 2066 8956 M: 07767 168 478

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