Mentorship Unit

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Mentorship Unit

We have always placed a huge importance on mentoring our beneficiaries and some relationships have prospered over 18 years. In 2014, we established a mentorship unit within our organisation offering a flexible mentoring and includes various target groups. Khulisa’s accredited mentorship training is a five day training preparing mentors for their role. Khulisas mentorship unit offers a flexible programme that can be adjusted to the needs of mentors and mentees. It also includes a range of different training and preparation option, including an opportunity to receive a certificate through an accredited mentor training.

We have identified various need of learners in South Africa for ex psychosocial needs, academic support and better infrastructure/improved living conditions. We’ve realised that most young people actually long for is to have a role model and a mentor. We offer mentoring for different target groups and individuals that are in need of guidance. Our mentorship programme includes 4 different target groups and based on your own passion you can choose what young individual you can assist in the best possible way:

A young girl, A young boy, a learners with a A people that has previously been living on the street

(grade 9-12) (grade 9 -12)

Looking for mentors

Are you a person who has a passion to give back and do you have certain skills and experiences that young people / our target groups in South Africa need?

Then you can apply online here to become a mentor.

Khulisa will match them with a suitable mentee and facilitate the mentoring relationship. As a mentor, you commit yourself to be in contact (face-to-face or on social media) with your mentee at least once a month over the course of a year.

You can be that person who guides a young individual to reach his or hers full potential and contribute to society in a meaningful way. You might think that one needs extraordinary skills to have an immense impact on one of the mentees. But these young people actually just wish for a person that compassionately stands by their side, guides them through challenges and courageously believes in them.