Mentoring supports refugees to improve their employment prospects and get jobs.
In its 3rd year, the Mentoring Project supports people with refugee status in a wide range of employment areas, including applying for jobs, interview skills, UK work experience and accessing other services.
Volunteers need to have at least 15 years UK work experience and live in Salford, Manchester or near by. Mentoring is provided in the early evening or during the day, depending on volunteers availability.
See R&M Volunteer Mentor Advert Sept 2019 (pdf) for more details.
For more information telephone 07747080523. Deadline to apply: Thursday 3rd October 2019
Posted on behalf of Lindsay Gilbert, Volunteering & Community Engagement Manager, The University of Manchester