Asista Mentoring Program utilises the power of role models to positively impact girls aged 12 – 18 in the child protection system on their journey to become strong, resilient adults.
Whilst experiencing new social and recreational activities, ‘matches’ develop genuine and reciprocal relationships that build self-esteem, confidence and personal development.
Volunteer mentors are supported with consistent training and supervision.
Mentors are asked for a commitment of 2 – 6 hours a fortnight of face-to-face contact with their mentee for a minimum of 12 months.
It is essential for a volunteer mentor to have a driver licence and access to a car.
Asista Mentoring Program is across greater metropolitan Melbourne (north and west) and Melbourne CBD.
Now in its 24 year, Asista Mentoring Program has consistently delivered positive outcomes for both mentees and their mentors.