Keeping People Connected
Keeping your program participants connected to your program and organisation under changing circumstances can be challenging.
In this section you can:
- Find tips on how to keep mentors connected to your wider organisation
- Learn how to ensure mentors remain engaged when they are waiting to be matched, when the mentee disengages or leaves the program.
- Read how to keep asylum seekers engaged as they progress to permanent residency, study or achieving work rights.
Connecting mentors to your wider organisation
Tips on how your mentors can engage with your organisation as a whole.Tips - Connecting mentors to your wider organisation (PDF, 66Kb)
Keeping mentors engaged when young people disengage
Keeping mentors engaged when they are waiting to be matched, or when their match has been unsuccessful.Tips - Keeping mentors engaged when young people disengage (PDF, 68Kb)
Tips on how to ensure mentors and mentees feel valued while they’re waiting to be matched or re-matched.Tips - Encouraging Engagement (PDF, 69Kb)
Keeping asylum seekers engaged
Ideas on how to encourage asylum seekers to stay involved in the program beyond their achievement of permanent residency, study or work rights.Tips - Keeping asylum seekers engaged (PDF, 66Kb)