Be A Volunteer Mentor
An estimated five million American youth are involved in school - community based volunteer mentoring programs.
Although mentoring programs date back to the early 1900's, interest in this intervention approach has intnesified in the past fifteen years. In fact, nearly half of the current mentoring programs were established in the past five years, and only 18% have beenoperating for more than fifteen years.
Be Part of the Fun
As a kid grows up, a caring adult mentor can be a positive force in a young life. Together, they set and achieve their goals, reveal themselves, take risks, make mistakes, accept each other's strengths and weaknesses, and grow and develop.