LinkedIn Mentoring Program

Linked in programThe Linked-In Mentoring Program is a school based mentoring initiative run in partnership between Inner Council and Sydney Secondary College (Leichhardt and Balmain).

The program aims to empower and support young people who are secondary students, to keep them engaged and introduce them to alternate learning environments.

The program involves a series of activities where young people are accompanied by volunteer mentors. These activities include yoga, physical theatre, and film-making. 

Mentors and students meet on Tuesdays from 1:00pm to 3:00pm; term 2 to term 4 of the school year (excludes school holidays).

Mentor Recruitment Process

Applicants undergo a selection process that includes completing a registration form, participating in an interview, reference checks, and Working With Children Check clearances.

Successful applicants participate in mentor training delivered by Petersham TAFE Outreach. Upon completion, participants receive a Statement of Attainment. This training will assist people to work effectively in the role of a mentor in a volunteer capacity. It is a one-day workshop and covers topics such as the role of the mentor, youth development and working effectively with young people.

The program is currently closed. When the program opens we will ask people to complete the form. 

Please find the Linked-In Mentor Online Registration Form here.


“I have definitely learnt many skills from the Linked-In Mentoring Program which will be very useful later off in life” - Mentee

“It was fun and I’m sad it is over. I wish it was longer” - Mentee 

“I felt included and valued being in this program. I felt I was able to pass on knowledge and at times stand back and listen and observe” - Mentor

“I felt really good to be part of the program. I felt that I was helping the girls learn new things in general but also about themselves” - Mentor

Further Information

For further information call Matthew Balane on 9367 9271 or email

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Page last updated: 20 Mar 2019