PACE mentoring is an opportunity for students with disability to gain valuable skills and advice on how to be successful in gaining employment and explore career path options with an industry professional.

PACE recognises that students with disability frequently find themselves with little or no work experience, and may not be fully aware of the skills and attributes they can offer an organisation. This adds to the difficulties that job seekers may encounter as they try to enter their chosen career.

The program is a Four month commitment during which time the mentors and mentees will meet approximately 6-8 times. Mentees benefit from accessing the mentor's accumulated knowledge and expertise, and being guided in their professional development and goal setting. Mentees may also work on interview techniques, resumes and putting together an impressive cover letter.

The aim is to give participants a range of skills, experiences and advice about the workforce, as well as providing mentors with a rewarding professional developmental experience.