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Youth Frontiers Program Needs Mentors

Youth Frontiers Program Needs Mentors! There’s a call to action from Eurobodalla high school students for motivated adult mentors to join them on the Youth Frontiers Mentoring Program to build life skills and self-confidence while working collaboratively on a community project. Year 8 and 9 students from Moruya and Batemans Bay High Schools and St Peters Anglican College are participating this year by designing, creating and showcasing a community project based on one of the following themes. Empowering Young Women The Centenary of ANZAC Youth Mental Health and Wellbeing Engaging in Sport Community Harmony Environment and Conservation Workplace Learning is looking for 15 adult mentors, who can work with students for 1-2 hours a fortnight over six months to help students achieve their project objectives. For more information on the program or to lodge an expression of interest to become a mentor, please contact Julie Sheers at Workplace Learning on 4474 5134 or email Source for text and photo Moruya Business Chamber

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