Latest news

Deadline Extended for the SMN Recognition Awards 2015

08 OctThe SMN annual Recognition Awards are designed to give recognition to mentoring projects that have made a significant impact over the past year and are open to members of SMN and GMN.

08 OctWe are now accepting applications for the 2015 awards, the winners of which, will be presented at the SMN National Event at St Paul’s and St George’s Church in Edinburgh on Wednesday 4th November 2015.

08 OctIn previous years we have given awards ranging from Youth to Culture, Employment to Education and Social Care, Justice and Health. In the past we have also recognised new projects that we feel show promise for the future as well as recognising continued excellence in long running projects. After considering all applications received, the awards assessment panel will award the ‘Mentoring Project of the Year’ to the project they feel has made the most impact over the past year.

08 OctAll projects that submit an application form will be given the opportunity to nominate one of its mentors to receive the ‘Mentor of the Year’ Award which will be presented to a mentor who has made a special difference and to nominate a member of staff who has made a significant impact or gone above and beyond for their project.

08 OctThe closing date for receipt of award applications is now Friday 9th October 2015 and the award application form and further guidance can be downloaded from our website.

More news:

Forthcoming events

Scottish Mentoring Network National Event and Recognition Awards 2015

04 Nov SMN's Annual National Event will take place at St Paul's and St George's Church in Edinburgh on Wednesday 4 November 2015. The Event will run from 10am until no later than 4:30pm. The day will begin with a welcome and update from SMN after which we will present the results of our recent member survey and 'Mentoring Works' report on the impact mentoring makes in Scotland with inputs from a number of our member projects. This will be followed by the announcement of our SMN Annual Recognition Category Awards and then some round table discussions on how we can collectively demonstrate our impact to stakeholders. After a networking lunch a variety of workshops will be on offer to ensure that there is something to suit all delegates. The day will close with the presentation of our Quality Award to those projects who have gained it this year and the announcement of the winner of our SMN Annual Project of the Year Award. To book your place at the National Event please complete the online booking form here by Friday 23 October 2015.

More events:

Join in the discussion in our Members area:

Move On Youth and Community skills programme is open for referrals for Glasgow service. see attached [...]

Move On
August 19 at 3:18pm

New Mentor Training commenced Saturday 1st August in Glasgow and will run through till Saturday 12th [...]

Move On
August 19 at 3:00pm

We have now been developing a Substance Misuse Peer Support Program for 8 months and are excited to [...]

Addictions Support and Counselling (ASC) Forth Valley
August 17 at 2:50pm

We have updated our contact details in preparation of us launching our new mentoring project this ye [...]

Edinburgh College
May 26 at 11:26am

Write something!
Move On will be recruiting again in Mid June for potential mentors 18+ from all wa [...]

Move On
May 1 at 3:32pm