• Currently running a mentoring programme?

    Scottish Mentoring Network offers a wide range of benefits to our members. Learn more about our membership benefits and how to join:

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  • Thinking about starting up a mentoring programme?

    We would love to hear from you if you are in the planning stages of your project – the earlier the better!

    We can help you with:

    • Advice on funding applications
    • Signposting to similar projects
    • General advice on running your project
    • Consultancy on project design

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  • Thinking about becoming a mentor?

    We don't offer a matching service for mentors to organisations, but you can use our Mentoring Map to look for projects that you are interested in working with, and contact them directly. Volunteer Scotland's website also lists opportunities under 'Befriending/Mentoring'.

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Mentoring Map

Mentoring Map

Find mentoring projects across Scotland with our interactive Google Map.

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Quarriers intandem mentoring service

Quarriers intandem mentoring service seeks to help children and young people aged 8-14 years who are looked after at home across Falkirk, Stirling and Clackmannanshire.