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Being a peer mentor

Mentoring offers a safe space for civil society leaders to reflect on issues in their organisation which they can’t talk freely about with anyone else.

We know that free time is so important – and precious – for you, our members. But mentoring doesn’t have to take up too much of it. In fact, it can give you time back, as, hopefully, it’ll help you to stay focused, be more efficient and strategic in your role driving positive change in your organisation and community.

Our mentoring programme is supported by CCLA

We have put together a list of our most frequently asked questions regarding the mentoring scheme. It’s a great starting point for members who are interested in becoming a mentor.

We suggest that you read through this guide to get a better understanding of how the ACEVO mentoring scheme works.

The ACEVO mentoring  is intended to provide confidential space for reflection and discussion, for details of our confidentiality policy please see our terms and conditions

If you would like to be an ACEVO mentor, please complete this registration form. The information we gather here will give us an understanding of your skills and areas of expertise. We will use this when matching you with a mentee.

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or call 020 7014 4600.