Young Girls Grammar alumnae are invited to register interest in becoming a peer mentor to current BGGS students.
The Grammar Women—Grammar Girls Mentoring Program is a new initiative that seeks to strengthen connections between current students and alumnae in a meaningful and rewarding way.
In 2021, volunteer peer mentors will guide and support Year 10 to 12 students to establish and attain their academic, personal or other goals. The School will match a small group of current students (2-3 per group) with a suitable alumna peer mentor, based on shared interests and experience.
Attend four 90-minute meetings across a semester (two per term). Attendance will be required at all four meetings. Meetings will be organised and facilitated by Brisbane Girls Grammar School staff and Program Coordinators, Ms Ruth Jans and Ms Antonia Swindells.
Peer mentoring allows you to share your experience and knowledge with current students, while further developing your own communication and leadership skills. Participation in this program is a wonderful way to contribute to BGGS and to the next generation of Grammar Women.
Mentors should be:
Structured mentoring meetings will be held at BGGS from 5.30 pm to 7 pm on the following evenings:
As a young alumnae who graduated between 2014 and 2018, we welcome you to register your expression of interest in becoming a peer mentor by completing an online survey via the link below.