“The Youth are our Future.”
Working at the Julian Campbell Foundation can be a rewarding and useful experience – and there’s probably more ways of doing it than you might think.
As well as taking up a role in JCF, there are many other ways you can give your time – cheering, making a video blog, joining our campaigners, talking to the media and more.
This postholder will oversee a two-year project to train and support teams of volunteer mentors who will work with young people in education and training.
To support and empower young people. Free training provided to achieve a Level 3 Mentoring qualification (awarded through NOCN, the National Open College Network).
Please contact us at info@Juliancampbellfoundation.org for more information.
Mentor training takes place over six weeks and comprises of:
- 2 week health and safety comprising of risk assessment, safeguarding, confidentiality etc
- 2 week project based assessment around aspects of mental health investigating causes of mental health in teenagers
- 2 week practice session to practice and develop skills to develop effective mentoring
In order to achieve a Level 3 mentoring qualification trainee mentors need two to three placements.