Mentoring unemployed young adults to dream bigger and break down the steps to reach their goals: process evaluation of the Mentoring 2 Work Project
Youth unemployment is a serious social problem. The impact of this can be severe and long-lasting and can have significant effects on young people’s health and wellbeing. This evaluation demonstrates that the M2W Program was designed and implemented following mentoring best practice guidelines in a...
One good relationship can transform a life: the design and implementation of the Mentoring 2 Work Project
This report outlines the Mentoring 2 Work program, and draws on implementation evaluation learnings to describe how it was planned, structured and most effectively delivered.
Mentoring unemployed young adults to become job and life ready: outcomes evaluation of the Mentoring 2 Work Project
The M2W initiative paired unemployed young adults (aged 18 to 25) at risk of long-term unemployment with a volunteer mentor, who supported them through the processes of identifying a career, searching for work, and preparing for employment. To be eligible to participate, the young person...
Mentoring unemployed young adults to develop employment and life skills through the COVID-19 pandemic: mentor and mentee feedback on the Mentoring 2 Work Project Extension
This report presents the experiences of the mentors and mentees who participated in the post-COVID-19 program extension (Stage 4).
'I have a future now': evaluation of the Career Readiness for Young Parents Project
The Career Readiness for Young Parents (CRFYP) program is a Commonwealth-funded project, supported by the federal Department of Social Services. This report outlines the findings of an evaluation of the program which supported young parents from selected low socio-economic neighbourhoods in Perth.