Prime Time School-Based Mentoring

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COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF SPOKANE COUNTY

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PrimeTime Mentoring is a rewarding, one hour per week investment in making a difference to an at-risk youth. PrimeTime Mentors spend their time eating lunch while playing games, talking, and doing activities one-on-one with a student.

How to become a PrimeTime Mentor:

  1. Attend a 2-hour training session at a time of your choosing
  2. Complete the necessary background check and mentor application during your training session
  3. Choose which school you would like to mentor
  4. A Mentor Coordinator will match you with a student to begin meeting with 1 time each week

What Does It Take To Be A PrimeTime Mentor?

Compassion, a sense of humor, patience and a willingness to be a friend to a child!

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About COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS OF SPOKANE COUNTY

Location:

905 W RIVERSIDE AVE STE 301, SPOKANE, WA 99201, US

Mission Statement

We are part of the nation's leading drop out prevention organization, working in public schools to surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life.

Description

Communities In Schools site coordinators work with at-risk students, families, and schools, to provide students with the resources they need to stay in school. These include academic support such as tutoring or mentoring, physical and mental health care, basic needs like food and clothing, and hygiene products. We also provide life skills classes, and college and career preparation-all offered right at the school. Our programs include:

  1. Toothsavers- mobile Dental Hygienist Services providing complete dental cleanings and sealants to youth in the Spokane Public Schools.
  2. Prime Time Mentoring- weekly school-based mentoring program that matches community members in a one-on-one or group mentoring setting with a student at-risk of academic failure.
  3. Food Pantries and Clothing Closets-located on site at our many school locations.
  4. Parent and Family Engagement
  5. Academic Support and Tutoring

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Spokane, Spokane Valley, Cheney, Medical LakeSpokane, WA 99201

(47.66007,-117.43163)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • One hour per week
  • 2 Hour Mentor Training Session

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