Applying to be a mentor is easy. There are three simple steps.
three easy steps
What does it take?
You’re energetic, motivated and keen to help out where you can. You remember just how stressful Year 12 can be, and can provide valuable insight and advice about how to stay mentally and physically healthy while reaching your academic potential. You want to build your leadership skills by guiding students through a difficult period. Above all, you love helping out, want to contribute to getting life back on track for everyone, and are a big believer in #BetterTogether
Please note that you must have a valid Working With Children Check to become a mentor.
All it takes is fifteen minutes a week to really make a difference. Using our mentor stimulus, you will lead a conversation with your student for about five minutes, three times a week, touching on things like study tips, motivation, goal-setting, and time management. It will be up to you and your student to find three times during the week which suit both of you.