Published in Our GlasgowLife Magazine
Across Scotland and inside Glasgow Life, people are choosing to mentor a young person for just one hour a week.
That small commitment allows young people to realise their potential and achieve their goals.
There are 518 young people coming back in the next school term who are hoping for a mentor. Someone to meet with them weekly at school, to chat about school, life and their future.
It takes on average 4-6 weeks, from signup to training, to become a mentor with MCR Pathways. If you sign up today you can be ready to match next term!
“My mentor is amazing. She is someone I can trust and she makes me feel important and helps me believe in myself.” Alisha, St Andrew’s Secondary
The impact of having a mentor ripples out. Our schools see the difference, communities feel a change and mentors gain new skills just by being there, one hour a week. Find out more at mcrpathways.org and register to attend an info session.
Hear from mentors at Glasgow Life in this short film