Be a MENTOR in Oakland or San Jose!

  • Volunteer Opportunity posted by iMentor

Published

05/01/2018

Start Date

05/01/2018

Times of day

Weekday Evenings

Time Commitment

A few hours per month

Duration

Long-Term (6 months-1 year)

Address

San Jose
California
United States

Description

Every student deserves a champion!


ABOUT US:

iMentor is fighting to rebalance the odds by giving every student a fair chance to graduate college and pursue their dreams.

iMentor partners with high schools in low-income communities, where a majority of students enrolled will be the first in their families to attend college.

We match every student with a mentor, and equip our mentors with the resources to support their mentees on the path to college graduation.


ABOUT YOU:

Our mentors are college-educated volunteers who commit to working one-on-one with a student for a minimum of three years. Mentors will connect online with their student once a week and meet in-person once a month, using the iMentor curriculum to guide them.


START THE APPLICATION PROCESS:

Attending mentor orientation is the first step! You can sign up at www.imentor.org/bayarea/orientation. In the meantime, feel free to check out our website and fill out an application. Please note, you do not need to complete an application before attending Mentor Orientation. http://imentor.org

Benefits

  • Training Provided

How To Apply

mentoring@imentor.org
https://bayarea.imentor.org/#/

Are you looking to be a part of the positive change in a high-school student's life?


Would you want to impact your community for the better?


Do you have the drive to help student's achieve their dreams after high-school graduation?


If YES!, then we would love to invite you to be a mentor with us.


If you would like to be a mentor for a local high school student, please fill out an application and attend a Mentor Orientation. This is a 2 hour training session where we go over what it takes to be a mentor in our program. You can find a list of all scheduled orientations at www.imentor.org/bayarea/orientation


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