Community Mentoring at PLHS

PLHS Pastoral Care Worker Kerry Graetz manages our community mentoring program; she was recently chatting with Mentor Adrian Hammond in the Resource Centre and asked him why he volunteers as a community mentor at PLHS. He replied “I was heading off the rails when I was in high school; a mentor sowed into my life and helped me to see my potential and that gave me hope for the future.” (19/9/19)

As Mentor Tracey Miller put it “I enjoy mentoring because I believe I can make a positive contribution to a young person’s life… plus, I just really like hanging out and chatting with Lily.” (20/9/19)

Mentee Lily Thomson added “I enjoy having a mentor in my life because she is like a friend I can trust and can give me advice.” (17/10/18)

We are recruiting more volunteers now – if you would like to explore the opportunity of becoming a community mentor at PLHS, please contact Pastoral Care Worker Kerry Graetz on 8683-6000 or at

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