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Willing and Able Mentoring Program

The Willing and Able Mentoring (WAM) Program matches job seekers or tertiary students who have a disability with Mentors in leading organisations in the job seekers/students' field of interest for a series of approximately eight one to two-hour discussion meetings during Semester two of the given year.  NOTE: WAM does not currently have a website, for further information on the program contact Mark Glascodine mglascodine@bravoconsulting.com.au.

I am still doing WAM mentoring, or as Kevin said  "its in a more dormant phase" till we resuscitate. AND's PACE would be the recommendation for government or corporate company mentoring. If they are are wanting other industry mentoring I can help email at  But more of my focus at the moment is on career counselling people with disabilities.