Mentor a Homeless/At-risk Student!
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:: Quick Program Overview ::
Trained SUFK volunteer mentors are matched with a high school student who is currently experiencing homelessness or is at-risk. Some students are unaccompanied/independent (living without a parent or guardian. Mentors meet with their student mentee 2 times a month during lunch. Mentors teach budgeting, money management, planning, impulse control, how to prioritize tasks and other necessary life skills that youth are able to directly apply to their life. By providing emotional, educational and financial support, we are preparing our youth for graduation and for the successful transition into adulthood.
Mentor a homeless or at-risk high schooler towards recognizing their potential and self-worth while also achieving academic, social, and life success!
- Must be at least 21 years of age or older,
- Must commit to meeting with their mentee 2x a month for the school year,
- Must be sensitive to issues pertaining to youth homelessness and poverty,
- AND must have strong desire to make a positive impact on a youth's life
To empower homeless, unaccompanied and at-risk high school students towards personal and educational achievement through positive, supportive adult mentoring relationships.:: Program Goals ::
- Build self-esteem
- Provide emotional and educational support
- Help teach and practice the skills needed to transition successfully into adulthood
- Keep kids connected and in school
Only 25% of homeless kids graduate. Keeping kids in school = keeping them off the streets! Everyone has something to offer.
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2415 West Park Place BlvdStone Mountain, GA 30087
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Youth Services
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 21
- Orientation or Training
- 2x a month during lunch