Beleve in her success
mentoring programme
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Beleve In Her Success

mentoring programme

ages 16-21

BelEve in Her Success mentoring programme, now in its 4th year, connects young women to female role models, empowering and equipping mentees with skills and knowledge.

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Mentoring has proven to have a significant, and at times, life-changing impact on mentees, giving them opportunities to gain confidence, amplify their voice, and reach their full potential with the right support to successfully transition from education to higher education, or from education to a career.

If you are a young woman aged 16-21 years old, looking for a mentor to support you on the next step of your educational or career journey, who would benefit from a trained mentor please get in touch.  this is the programme for you.

The programme

The Programme includes

  • A trained mentor
  • Skills development workshops
  • Monthly social events

Duration

  • Minimum of 6 months mentoring
  • Monthly 90 Mins call 

Application

  • to apply you must be 16-21 years old young woman
  • you need to complete the application form
  • you must be able to attend 4 out of the 6 skills development workshops

Apply

Mentee Application Form 2021

  • Please enter a number less than or equal to 21.
  • Choose one option that best describes your ethnic group or background

testimonials

"BelEve UK ran a very successful and well attended series of workshops for us in 2017, helping our young ladies gain insights and skills into greater self-belief and forward planning. The feedback was very positive and we intend repetition in due course."
Rebecca Long

Director – Marsha Phoenix Memorial Trust

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