Mentorship is a commitment.
Mentorship supports to build self-confidence.
Mentorship requires an individual who is trustworthy and can connect to other by listening, provide guidance, goal settings, and be a positive role model.
To become a mentor, the following criteria must be met:
- Sign a “Commitment Letter” for 6 – 12 months
Criminal Background check
Attend 1 training
Connect at least 30 minutes a week or an 1 hour a month (can be text, phone or visit at school/park/outside activity)
Fill out a compatibility form below, so that you can be matched up with the right person