It only takes a few hours a month to mentor veterans. If you are an advocate for your industry, we would love to have you join the program.
Step 1 - Link
Participant completes an education, skill and personality assessment on induction, selects a career pathway and reaches out to a mentor.
Step 2 - Develop
The mentor then guides them through an upskill program that identifies the training gap and ensures they are prepared to enter their chosen industry.
Step 3 - Employ
WithYouWithMe and the mentor then arrange work experience placements and/or refer the participant for existing industry job opportunities.
Some of our career pathways
Our Transition Ambassadors
Since leaving the army, Steve Willis (or Commando Steve as he is better known) has become one of Australia’s most recognised and respected Fitness Experts.Steve Willis
Former RAAF Wing Commander Lee de Winton has been appointed as the new CEO of Sydney Metro Airports, heading up operations for Bankstown and Camden.Lee De Winton
Kay is the Head of Practice & Quality and the ACT Strategic Relationship Manager at Sageco – a RiseSmart company that manages organisational and demographic change.Kay Hull
Now a sought after Change Manager, Craig discovered his passion for change management while working in Afghanistan in his role training allied forces in communications technology.Craig Ball
Minimum of 1 hour per month face-to-face, skype or phone coaching time.
WithYouWithMe Mentor Facilitator and Career Counsellors on hand to assist.
Mentee matches are suggested based off geographical proximity and our tested metrics.
Mentoring can greatly improve a veteran’s life and reduce mental health issues.
Spread the word
To really make a positive change we need as many mentors as possible. Please add your mentor statuses to your Linkedin profile, invite your colleagues to our events and share the positive veteran labour message.