Mentoring is a helpful relationship based upon mutual trust and respect. Mentors help guide mentees to look towards the future and to develop their plans and skills. If you choose to join the Getting Out for Good project you will be assigned a mentor who will help guide you in making decisions about your future. The mentor will help you to join in project activities until you feel comfortable enough to go it alone. The kind of relationship you have with your mentor will be lead by you. We are working closely with Positive Steps.
Helping you move towards a more rewarding future.
Positive Steps provides careers information, advice and guidance services for young people aged 13-19 years or up to 25 for those with a special educational need or disability. Positive Steps advisers and mentors are dedicated to helping young people get on the right track and to fulfil their potential.
The team are highly skilled and can provide you with:
- Up to date information about career pathways and the labour market
- Details of apprenticeships and traineeships
- Information about college courses and university degrees
- Support in completing application forms and developing a CV
- Support to decide on the best career path for your future
Whatever support you need to make an informed decision Positive Steps can help you plan and make the best choices for your future.