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Training, mentoring, and supporting learners, and connecting people.
If you can give a little bit of time to inspire, help, and motivate learners to be successful in your community, we need your help!
Our volunteer mentors are a special group of ‘aunties’, ‘uncles’, retired specialists, technical experts, graduates, employers, and whānau. They care about helping others with their knowledge, skills, and insights of how to get ahead.
“It’s got a lot to do with growth. It’s empowering our own people. Giving them what they haven’t been given.” Ahurangi Ranginui (21yrs) 2021
We can train you to be a mentor, help you connect with learners, and will reimburse you for any travel costs.
If you would like to learn more about this rewarding role, check out our news story about Wendy Main, one of our mentors and get in touch with us.
Read our news story about mentor Wendy Main.
Contact us about becoming a mentor.
A key element of a learner’s success is a mentor – someone who can teach them how to succeed by looking after the people.
As a mentor, you’ll help people get qualifications in growing kai/food and providing services connected to the land or sea. You’ll grow future leaders, farmers, growers, and businesspeople to build on a legacy of our ancestors/tūpuna.
If you or someone you know would like to be part of a Māori mentoring programme to help Māori learners succeed in your area, haere mai rā.
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Phone: 027 541 4971