Evaluating a peer mentoring programme for hard-to-reach youth

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Efthymia Efthymiou
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Peer mentoring is widely used in counselling, guidance, and vocational, socio-psychological support for young people at risk involving one-to-one structured interaction with another young individual. The ‘Young People’s Program’ is a preventative intervention project designed to provide learning and thinking skills in young people in order to develop social awareness, interpersonal skills and increase their chances of employability. The article outlines the program set-up, selection of participants, including the program’s challenges, outcomes and impact on those involved. Future implications of the project are stated.

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