Young and unemployed? Discover where mentoring can take you
The past few years have been tough for young people. First Covid disrupted education and impacted mental health. Now global economic and geopolitical instability is causing further uncertainties in the job market.
What we can do about it
So how do we do this? One of the best ways is to pass on knowledge and skills to the next generation.
That’s where the power of mentoring comes in.
It works like this.
Every Friday, a team of entrepreneurs, business leaders and industry captains take calls from anyone young and unemployed.
They are offering short, sharp, one-to-one sessions to help with CVs and cover letters, job application tactics or just to help callers figure out where to start on their job search.
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