Thoughts of a Volunteer MentorPosted on 3rd June 2014 by Seb Feast
Today I spoke to Richard, a man who has been volunteering for ASpire since 2007. We invited Richard to the office today because it’s Volunteers’ Week, and I wanted to hear about volunteering directly from someone who does it. He is one of our longest-standing mentors so he has a wealth of experience with the service and is well informed. Richard is also part of ASpire’s steering committee as a mentor representative, where he can draw on his experience to help with decisions that the committee makes.
So many new mentors!Posted on 9th November 2010 by hendrickx1
I am overwhelmed by the number of enquiries from people wishing to become mentors with ASpire – 14 in the last 3 weeks. Our next training session should be full to the brim with aspiring Aspirers and I’m very much looking forward to working with them all.
An introduction from a volunteerPosted on 5th November 2008 by anjamster
Hi there, my name is Andrew. I thought I would write a quick post about who I am and what I do for the Impetus blog and introduce myself to those who don’t yet know me. I have been a volunteer mentor for the ASpire project befriending and assisting adults with Asperger Syndrome for the last year or so.