After a break of one year, a program designed to help students at Narrabri High School is back - but it needs some adult help.
The Raise Foundation is calling for mentors for its program that will help Year 8 students at the school.
The program is designed to help students by adults acting as a sounding board for their ideas and aspirations.
“An older person’s skills and life experiences can make a real difference to a young person in a local community, and it only takes a couple of hours a week, a positive outlook and a genuinely compassionate interest in young people,” the foundation said.
In Narrabri the aim is to have weekly sessions, on a Friday morning, of one-on-one mentoring during terms two and three.
It will take place for one hour, followed by a debrief session.