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Transitions Mentor

Volunteers support young people (age14-18) making the transition into adulthood. They give 1 to 3 hours a week to meet 1-to-1 with young people, usually in a school near them, for up to an hour a week over half a school year. They complete ‘Future Me’ together, a programme designed by Mindroom . Young people following the programme develop a clearer idea of what they want for themselves, improve their self-esteem, and have more confidence in choosing & taking their next steps.

About Salvesen Mindroom Centre

Salvesen Mindroom Centre is a charity that champions all forms of neurodiversity and supports all kinds of minds. Our mission is to be a leading centre for change, in how we live, work and learn. We achieve this through support, education, advocacy, and research.

Experience Required

Building a trusting relationship is key to being an effective transitions service volunteer. You will need to be open-minded, understanding, patient, friendly and easy to talk to as well as being confident communicating with young people and professionals. No experience required - full training given

Training Details

Training will include neurodiversity, safeguarding, record-keeping and how to use the material provided

Flexibility & Commitment

Term Time

1 hour a week for 5 months

Location/Travel Details

Usually in a school near you, but occasionally at the young person's home or in a community setting my mutual agreement beforehand


Simple form outlining travel undertaken

Accessibility Details

  • Happy to have a conversation about volunteer’s needs