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YOUNG CAREER PLANNERS

Date and Time

Saturday, Jul 9, 2022
4-6pm

Ages

Year 10 up to A-Level

Description

Cause4Children is inviting you to a virtual, free and insightful event for students that are in Secondary School and A-Level education. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn some tips and skills for securing appropriate roles from young and seasoned professionals. Reserve your free space here.

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Case Studies

Successful stories from our mentees

IVY

Situation

A young and quietly shy girl in her third year in secondary school. She had a huge desire to start a hair styling business of her own but didn’t know how to go about bringing a business idea to life.

Intervention

Cause4Children assigned her to a mentor that supported her in clearly mapping out her business ideas, marketing strategy, pricing and other tools for promotions. Cause 4 Children also supported her by printing out flyers to encourage her to proceed with her business.

Result

She now owns a small business that’s still growing its clientele base but has kicked off. Her confidence has increased and she is positive about the future of the business.

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IVY

Situation

A young and quietly shy girl in her third year in secondary school. She had a huge desire to start a hair styling business of her own but didn’t know how to go about bringing a business idea to life.

Intervention

Cause4Children assigned her to a mentor that supported her in clearly mapping out her business ideas, marketing strategy, pricing and other tools for promotions. Cause 4 Children also supported her by printing out flyers to encourage her to proceed with her business.

Result

She now owns a small business that’s still growing its clientele base but has kicked off. Her confidence has increased and she is positive about the future of the business.

Read all case studies

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GET INVOLVED

To be a mentor or a workshop facilitator all you need is patience, enthusiasm, commitment and passion. You will need to commit regular time to the mentee and to Cause4Children.

Your mentoring role will include regular (minimum once a fortnight) scheduled one-hour meetings with your mentee during the day, evening or weekend in agreement with mentee’s parent/guardian.

Introducing your mentee to new and different experiences is also important – taking them to an exhibition, the cinema or explore appropriate hobbies with them.

You might also provide support in a number of ways such as helping your mentee to prepare college applications and run through interview techniques to helping to boost their confidence.

As a workshop facilitator, you will need to be creative and committed to leading insightful sessions on life skills and other topics that pertain to young people.

To become a mentor or a workshop facilitator or if you would like us to deliver a career mapping session to your students, please complete the form below.

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