Interested in Joining Our AirMentor Team?
AirMentors have excelled in academia, sport, the arts, performing arts or leadership activities at high school, undergraduate level or are a qualified professional. AirMentors have experience working with children through school or community sporting and recreational clubs or organised activities in a mentoring capacity. AirMentors are patient and appreciate the value of structured interaction to engage young minds.
AirMentors enjoy working with children of any ability, have excellent interpersonal and presentation skills, and, demonstrate a high level of personal organisation and role model abilities. They work independently and have well defined time management skills and are action oriented.
AirMentors have excellent written and spoken English and are available for a minimum of 4 hours per week throughout the academic year and school holidays. If you are a like-minded individual please apply.