Move On Mentoring (Move On)
We match volunteer mentors to vulnerable young people to support them to achieve goals and reach their full potential.
Mentors and young people meet once a week, in the community for an hour or two, to work together as a pair towards a goal of the young person’s choice. Young people often choose recreation or leisure goals, such as learning to play guitar, boxing lessons or taking a cookery class, but the this is totally up to the young person themselves.
Employability, Health / Mental Health, and Education and training
Care experienced, Disability, Homeless / at risk of homelessness, LGBT+, BME Groups, Criminal Convictions, Health Conditions, and Long term unemployed
Age group served
16-19 and 20-24
Stage 1 / Engagement, Stage 2 / Barrier Removal, Stage 3 / Vocational Activity, Stage 4 / Job Matching, and Stage 5 / Upskilling & Aftercare
We work with young people facing a variety of barriers to fulfilling their potential. From care experienced young people, to those who have had criminal justice involvement. However, we work with any vulnerable young people aged 14-25 who may be lacking a positive direction.