Volunteering is a fulfilling experience that allows you to discover yourself. It gives you the opportunity to touch the lives of others, share your strengths and interests through community work and also interact with like-minded individuals.
The success of AMP’s programmes is made possible with the help of volunteers like yourself!
AMP provides training for interested individuals who wish to be a YEP Mentor so as to equip them with the skills to work with the youths in the programme. Those who wish to come onboard as mentors do not need to have any prior experience. What is required is your genuine interest in the future of our youths, and loads of energy and commitment! Come and join us if you would like to inspire these young hearts to maximise their potential and build a better future.
Duties & Responsibilities
- BE a role model for our youths
- PROVIDE academic guidance in English and Mathematics
- CONDUCT, assist and facilitate the personal development activities of YEP
- ADVISE, guide and supervise participants competently, diligently and professionally
- MONITOR and ensure healthy attendance
- UPDATE AMP through report submissions on participants’ personal and academic progress
The requirements of a YEP mentor are as follows:
- Minimum ‘O’ Levels qualifications, with at least B3 for both English and Mathematics
- Polytechnic and JC students who meet the above requirements are also invited to apply
- Must be able to teach English and Mathematics to Secondary 1 to Secondary 5 students
- Willing to commit every Tuesday, Thursday and/or Saturday on a consistent basis
- Pleasant personality
- Strong interest and passion in working with young people
- Able to provide ad-hoc assistance in youth programmes as facilitators/volunteers
Please complete our application form and submit it to email@example.com. To find out more about the programme, click here.
is a 12-month mentoring programme for youths leaving institutional care. As the youths complete their rehabilitation programme, support and encouragement are crucial for their successful reintegration into society. The mentoring programme aims to ease the transition of these youths into the community.
The objectives of the programme are:
- To provide a source of social support and connectivity for youths who are on their way to completing and/or who have completed their Court Orders;
- To encourage satisfactory completion of their Court Orders; and
- To help youths sustain their good progress and prevent re-surfacing or escalation of at-risk and negative behaviours (including dropping out of school, committal of offence, etc.) after completion of their Court Orders
- 12-month period
- Minimum twice a month mentoring sessions
- All sessions before youth is discharged will take place in the Home
- Sessions will take place on weekday evenings or weekends (only for selected Homes)
- After the youth's discharge, sessions can be held any time and anywhere at the convenience of both parties
- Group activities e.g. outdoor activities, movie outings, etc.
- Home visits (only when required)
The requirements of a PODZ mentor are as follows:
- Must be above 21 years of age
- Able to commit for at least one year
- Passion in helping youths
If you are keen to be a PODZ Mentor, please contact Ms Shazana at 6792 4158 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your keen interest in volunteering with AMP.