Children & Youth
CF1079 – Mentoring Volunteer
Are you interested in making change through mentoring?
If yes, Mentor Together is looking for volunteers like you.
Mentor Together is an award-winning non-profit organisation that has pioneered the youth mentoring movement in India. They provide empowering one-to-one mentoring relationships that help young people from disadvantaged backgrounds break the inequality of opportunity.
Mentor Together is looking for volunteers for the “Face to Face Mentoring programme” who would be expected to spend 6 hours a month with a youth mentee that they have been matched to and mentor them with work skills. The curriculum will be provided by NGO.
Be a part of ConnectFor volunteering community and help Mentor Together make an impact in the life of these youth.
Immediate - 6 months from start date
Ghatkopar, Lower Parel, Mankhurd, Multiple, Mumbai, Sion
CF0986 – Administration Internship
Bigger Than Life (NGO) a project started by a group of enthusiasts, a set of ordinary people who believe they can create extraordinary possibilities in the lives of the underprivileged kids of Mumbai.
They are looking for experienced interns who can assist with the NGOs day-to-day operations, work closely with the core team and take up an on-field role for a duration of three months.
August, 2018 - October 2018
8 hours per day
Bigger Than Life
Children & Youth
CF0852 – Mentoring Fellowship
This is a paid fellowship opportunity, with a monthly stipend to cover the cost of mentoring post 18 hours with your mentee.
The volunteers are needed to provide mentoring support to 2-3 high school students, in a structured manner, over a period of 10 months.
Mentor Fellows will be assigned 3 high school students selected for mentoring, through Mentor Together’s partners.
As a Mentor Fellow, you will meet your students for 60 hours over a 10 month period, individually. You will also have the chance to do small group work with your cohort of mentees. Fellow will be provided with curriculum to deliver life skills to the mentees, while also building a uniquely reciprocative and rewarding mentoring relationship.
Fellows shoud be graduate students of a discipline related to mentorship – for e.g. social work, psychology, development studies, and non-formal education are some eligible disciplines.
Volunteers should be a able to commit to delivering 60 hours of mentorship to each mentee, over a 10 month period during the school hours.
Volunteer should be a able to demonstrate high responsibility and reliability in the selection process, towards their mentoring commitment. They will be required to undergo a selection process followed by training, and orientation before commencing the mentorship.
A monthly stipend on Rs.2500 on completion of the mandated 18 mentoring hours (6 hrs per mentee & 3 mentees )
A certificate of recognition will be provided upon completion of the program.
June 2018 - March 2019