33 people are interested
Mentor Young Adults!
33 people are interested
Being a mentor is a highly rewarding endeavor. It’s a chance to provide guidance and serve as a positive role model for one of our youth, aged 17 to 24, who is making the journey to self-sufficiency and independence.
We make an effort to match each of the residents in our Transitional Living programs, Rights of Passage (ROP) and Passage House, with an adult mentor. Mentors provide youth with the much-needed connection to a caring, reliable adult and and work one-on-one with youth to help develop the skills they need to live independently. Passage House mentors work specifically with pregnant or parenting young mothers and their children.
As a mentor, you would make a commitment to:
- Spend time with your youth match at least twice a month.
- Maintain weekly phone contact with your youth match.
- Attend a monthly activity.
To be a mentor at Covenant House Alaska, you must:
- Be at least 28 years of age.
- Have patience.
- Make a two-year commitment to the mentorship program.
- Have the ability to maintain clear boundaries with youth.
- Complete an application, background check, and orientation process.
About Covenant House Alaska
755 A Street, Anchorage, AK 99501, US
We who recognize God's providence and fidelity to his people are dedicated to living out his covenant among ourselves and those children we serve, with absolute respect and unconditional love. That commitment calls us to serve suffering children of the street, and to protect and safeguard all children. Just as Christ in his humanity is the visible sign of God's presence among his people, so our efforts together in the covenant community are a visible sign that effects the presence of God, working through the Holy Spirit among ourselves and our kids.
Covenant House Alaska is to be the leader, through collaboration with the community, to provide compassionate, sustainable services and shelter to homeless or at-risk youth in Alaska.
Youth experiencing homelessness have rights.
The right to a home.
The right to food.
The right to guidance.
The right to an education.
The right to be free from sexual, emotional, or physical abuse.
The right to be free from exploitation.
Youth experiencing homelessness have the right to be safe, and most importantly, to be loved.
Multiple locations Anchorage, AK 99501
September 27, 2021
- People Skills
- Youth Services
- Relationship Building
- Life Coaching
- Teaching / Instruction
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 28
- Orientation or Training
- 2 years