Our project currently needs to recruit volunteer adult mentors. We are looking for volunteers who can commit to weekly or fortnightly meetings to support a young person.
An interesting article on the benefits of mentoring and potential impact on cognitive functioning…
Katie’s research and development work with the project has been vital since the project started in Springburn Academy. She has won the Scottish Graduate School of Social Sciences Impact Knowledge Exchange Competition 2017. The award recognises the ways in which Katie’s research has helped shape the development of our project and impacted on the the […]
An exciting development of our mentoring work is to now support younger children in primary school. In particular we are developing a new project with Knightswood Primary School which will involve recruiting mentors to support children learning to read.
Over the years, the project team has kept in touch with former pupils and found that some of the young people are facing a fresh set of challenges when it comes to making the leap between university and employment within their chosen profession. In this article we speak to Jamie about applying for jobs in accountancy and networking with mentors from IMN.