Mentor Support Network has issued a big vote of thanks to clubs and organisations that that have come onboard as sponsors of our 2024 Educational Scholarships Program.
The Hunter Region’s Mentor Support Network (MSN) is paying tribute to its sponsors as their
substantial support is allowing the organisation to offer 42 scholarships to local students under its
2023 Educational Scholarship Program.
Mentor Support Network welcomes two new leaders for the not-for-profit organisation as it heads into the second half of what has already been a busy 2022. Judy Hart, a retired pharmacist who has been involved in community volunteering for many years, is MSN’s new Chairperson. Judy joins another new but friendly face for the organisation
Many thanks to the people who attended our AGM in early April. An updated constitution was approved and we’ll shortly have news about our new Patron and new Chairperson. Agenda Establishing quorum and noting apologies *Note: a quorum is ten members (being members entitled under the constitution to vote at a general meeting) present or
MSN has welcomed 2022 with news that Burton Automotive Group is a new supporter of our refugee sponsorship program.
A new opportunity of being offered by the Hunter-based Mentor Support Network (MSN) for people wishing to train as mentors to help the youth of the region.
MSN Course Facilitator, Matt Linnert, said mentor training courses in past years had been very successful and that he expected interest in the first opportunity for 2022 to be high.