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StreetWise Partners

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StreetWise Partners’ goal is to use the power of mentoring to reduce unemployment within disadvantaged communities of New York City and Washington D.C. The organization pairs business professionals with mentees who are unemployed/underemployed in order to provide them with the skills, resources and access to networks that they need to secure and maintain employment.

StreetWise Partners has developed an incredible reputation for quality programming and volunteer opportunities. Since 1997, the organization has served 6,000 mentees through the support of 10,000 volunteers. Our volunteer opportunities allow for meaningful, hands-on interactions that support professional skill building for our mentees.

Program Details:

13 weeks of structured meetings on topics such as: goal setting, resume and cover letters, interview prep and networking

  • Meetings are 2.5 hours one night a week or one weekend morning with ongoing weekly communication.
  • Mentor provides mentee with informal biweekly follow-up for 9 months after the program ends.
  • All programs are hosted at one of our two corporate sites: Gallup and White & Case

Benefits of Becoming a Mentor:

  • Coach an adult to professional success

  • Collaborative Group Mentoring

  • Build your Resume

  • Expand your network and access to 1000 volunteers

  • Monthly Meetups and Socials

  • Opportunity to serve on a board

  • See immediate impact of your mentorship

Prospective applicants must attend an information session before submitting an application. Please register for an information session here:

If you have any questions, please contact Monica Floyd at

3 More opportunities with StreetWise Partners

Community Education & Literacy Employment


Wed Sep 12, 2018 - Wed Dec 19, 2018


1615 L St NWWashington, DC, DC 20036



  • Mentoring
  • Networking
  • Human Resources Diversity
  • Career Counseling / Coaching
  • Professional Development




  • Orientation or Training
  • Three to four hours for 13 weeks
  • A minimum of one to two years of full-time professional experience and a desire to help others

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