Do you have a desire to help young adults succeed?
As a Career Mentor, you’ll support a current foster youth working towards adult independence reach their potential by inspiring them to pursue their dreams.
In the Family Care Network’s Career Mentor program, we want to connect our foster teens with local professionals, helping our youth learn more about careers paths, goals and opportunities.
We have both short- and long-term Career Mentor opportunities available, depending on your interest and availability.
Short-Term Career Mentor:
Meet with a youth at your workplace for one hour
Share helpful information with them about your current position, employer and related industry
Inform youth about the career path you took to get to your current role; including the challenges and rewards you’ve experienced
Long-Term Career Mentor:
Meet with a young person at least twice a month (approximately six to eight hours a month) for a year commitment
Develop a one-on-one relationship with this youth , supporting them in their career path
Prior to mentoring, you will participate in a four-hour Mentor Training to help you better prepare for your Career Mentor role
Whichever role you pursue, you’ll receive ongoing and individual support by FCNI staff.
To learn more about getting involved, please contact our volunteer team at (805) 503-6281 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also learn more and sign up at http://fcni.org/yep .
- Professional Development
- Relationship Building
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- At least 1 Hour Per Month
- Complete the volunteer form located at http://fcni.org/yep