Friends of GT Scholars – Could you feature in the next Volunteer Spotlight?

Friends of GT Scholars – Could you feature in the next Volunteer Spotlight?

I hope your week has been great so far? The end of term is almost here and we’re just wrapping up a few last things before school closes for the summer. Why not take a short break and read through this week’s newsletter?

Feature in the Volunteer Spotlight series!

If you’re currently volunteering or have volunteered as a tutor or mentor sometime during this year, we’d love for you to feature in our upcoming volunteer spotlight series! This is a great way for us to celebrate the difference you’ve made and give others an idea of what it’s like to volunteer with GT Scholars. Please let me know if you’d be interested and we can schedule a short phone interview!

Become a volunteer English Tutor!
The current term is coming to an end which means that we’re already thinking about September! The next term will be starting in late September/early October and will run until December 2019. I know September seems like a long time away but feel free to let me know if you’ll be able to volunteer next term. Last term we were a bit short on English tutors, so if you’d like to tutor up to GCSE Maths or English for one hour a week, please get in touch with me!

Why volunteer mentoring?

Mentoring is so much more than just helping your mentee grow and reach aspirations. A mentoring relationship is mutually beneficial and can be very rewarding. Not only can you make a noticeable difference in a young person’s life, but you can also develop your skills as well. Follow this link to one of our latest blogs where we’ve listed 7 useful skills that you can gain from volunteer mentoring.

Have a fantastic weekend!

GT Scholars is a not-for-profit social enterprise and registered charity. Our after-school tutoring, mentoring and enrichment programme is designed to help young people aged 11-18 achieve their academic and career aspirations. Visit our website if you’d like to know more about the GT Scholars Programme and how you can make a significant difference in young people’s lives.

 

Marilyn

Recruitment Manager at GT Scholars
Prior to working with GT Scholars, Marilyn spent most of her professional career in administration and management within the aviation industry. She's passionate about supporting young people to achieve their full potential. Marilyn has a keen interest in coding and technology and currently works within GT Scholars as part of the recruitment and programme management team.
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