Could you be a Volunteer Mentor?
6th August 2013
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Equal Approach is searching for volunteers to support disadvantaged individuals, including those with disabilities and health conditions who have been made redundant from the Remploy factory in Norwich. The programme aims to enable individuals to achieve their personal aspirations and reach their potential by supporting re-engagement into mainstream employment or integration into local communities.

As a volunteer Mentor you will meet with a mentee locally, for an hour a week, on a 1:1 basis, for a period of up to 12 months. The Mentoring & Befriending Foundation (MBF) will provide initial training, ongoing support and contribute to out-of-pocket expenses. 

The opportunity provides a rewarding and inspiring volunteering opportunity for a wide range of individuals from a variety of walks of life – whether it is creating a unique experience to enhance career opportunities, develop new skills, build up CV’s or for personal satisfaction. 

For more information go to the Equal Approach website where you will find further information and an online application form

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Gary D

Member since: 16th July 2013

I am currently a Regional Attraction Specialist for Equal Approach. Currently Equal Approach are working in partnership with Remploy and the Mentoring and Befriending Foundation on a programme called Mentoring...

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