AccessAbility's Career and Educational Pathways program provides work opportunities, support services, and industry-recognized credentialing for people who are reentering the Minneapolis/St. Paul community, post-incarceration.
The CEP program offers a mentoring service in partnership with Amicus that is based on their highly effective One to One program. Mentoring relationships consist of one participant mentee and one volunteer mentor, matched on mutual agreement. Mentoring relationships are centered on common interests, employment, education, or on other transitional issues that the mentees face as they strive for a second chance in the community.
By extending your hand in friendship, you can help a person feel cared about, develop trust, try out new behaviors, and successfully transition to the community. Many volunteer mentors have created bonds that last decades. These bonds enrich the lives of everyone involved.
Contact us today to become a volunteer mentor.
You could help change someone's life.
- Basic Computer Skills
- Literacy / Reading
- Reading / Writing
- Financial Literacy
- Professional Development
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Requirements & Commitment
- Orientation or Training