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CAN you help a young person realise their full potential?

The Herald is supporting the MCR Pathways campaign to recruit 200 new mentors for disadvantaged young people in Glasgow. If you are a motivated and committed adult, you could support these young people to overcome the barriers that mean so few currently make it to higher and further education.

An hour a week plus travelling time, a listening ear and putting a young person first are the only skills you will need. All training and support will be given.

For more information or to register interest please go to mcrpathways.org/#herald or contact Donna Cunningham at donna.cunningham@glasgow.gov.uk.

MCR Pathways is a pioneering partnership of the MCR Foundation, Glasgow City Council, University of Strathclyde and CELCIS.

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