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Annual General Meeting April 2017

The Mentor Support Network Annual General Meeting took place on 4 April.

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Mentoring – Everyone Benefits

It has long been known that mentoring has a strong positive impact on young people.

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MYAN NSW – Refugee Mentoring Project

With funding from the NSW Government, the Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network NSW (MYAN NSW) has recently designed a mentoring scheme for young people of refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds.

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Networking & Learning Meetings

This year we plan to hold six Networking and Learning events.

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Our Supporters

Since the last newsletter three more donors have signed up to support our programs in 2018.

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2017 Scholarship Students

Our 2017 Scholarship winners have all settled in well to their studies and are using their scholarship entitlements to purchase resources necessary to improve their performance.

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Zara’s House and Sister Diana Santleben

Sister Di spoke about Zara’s House at our April Members’ 5 Minutes.

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Introducing MSN Executive Member: Paul Battle

Welcome to Paul Battle the newest member of the Mentor Support Network (MSN) Executive team. As a volunteer at our Networking and Learning meetings Paul will be a familiar face to many.

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Vale Don Sharp

We last saw Don at the launch of our new name in November last year – just before he headed to Adelaide where he passed away peacefully with his family on 19 December 2016.

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Awards to MSN Chair Jon Chin JP and Past Chair Kay Sharp AM

At our Scholarships presentation Kay Sharp was named a lifetime member of MSN. In 2016 Jon was named Newcastle Business Club’s Business Person of 2016.

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Mentor Training

Mentor Training continues to be a very important component of the work undertaken by the Mentor Support Network.

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Success of Past Recipients

We are extremely proud of our past scholarship recipients achievements and are delighted to have played a small part in making their success possible.

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10th Scholarships Presentation

Scholarships are awarded to students at least 15 years old who are committed to achieving educational goals, but who, because of financial hardship, are at significant risk of being unable to do so.

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