Post | June 2023 | Volunteer Stories | 1 min read

Mentoring with MCR Pathways changed Peters life for the good.

Written by GoVol Herts

Following the pandemic and 25 years working at a senior level in global mobility, Peter's outlook on life changed. Mentoring with MCR Pathways gave him an opportunity to give back, whilst he reassessed his life and where he wanted to take his career. It resulted in being life changing for Peter.

A role opened up, giving Peter a perfect opportunity to further something he was passionate about, whilst using his valuable knowledge, life experience and expertise to help build this platform to recruit more mentors for young people.

MCR Pathways supports vulnerable young people in the care system, or who have previously been in the care system. Or who have other hardships in their lives to realise their full potential. We do this by providing mentoring in school during term time to help these young vulnerable students to reach their full potential in school and life despite their difficult circumstances. So they are defined by their talent and not their circumstances. We are looking for volunteer mentors for these young people, for one hour a week, for a minimum of one year, in your local area. You could really change a young persons future.

MCR Pathways are seeking volunteer mentors over the age of 21, to work in Herts schools to make a life changing difference to a disadvantaged young person. No specific experience or skills are required, just the ability to be there for the young person, to listen and to care.

Mentors are needed at our schools in Cheshunt, Hemel, Hertford, Stevenage, Tring and Watford

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