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ORGANIZATION: Scholar Career Coaching

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Are you passionate about education and youth? Would you like to make a difference in your community? Just 1-2 hours a week can shape a student's future.

The Scholar Career Coaching Mentorship Program is designed to give students the opportunity to interact with passionate individuals who share similar academic and career interests. Students receive advice and assistance including but not limited to academic achievement, conducting job searches, interviewing techniques, resume building, finding scholarships, and improving English skills through casual conversation.

Program Description
Scholar CC motivates students to pursue an education beyond high school. We do this by providing complimentary hybrid college and career services including; group mentoring, scholarship assistance, standardized testing college admission fee waivers, FAFSA assistance, and SAT tutoring. In addition, we bring outside professionals and motivational speakers to share inspiring stories and to provide important community resources to our students.

How You Can Help
Students with adults in their lives who have gone through the process of applying to college or technical school have support in navigating the education system. Yet many students who are new to the US or from families who lack information about college or career pathways-struggle.

We are currently in search of culturally informed caring adults to serve as volunteer mentors for our group mentoring program. Many high school students feel lost when it comes to deciding their future paths, but with the guidance of a mentor, they can confidently make informed decisions.

Who We Serve
Since our inception, the primary goal of the Scholar CC mentoring program has been to prepare and inspire high potential First-Gen, DACA and English as a Second Language 11th and 12th grade students attending Title I schools to pursue an education beyond high school. Whether a 4-year university, community college, technical school, apprenticeships, entrepreneurship, or the military.

Your Role as a Mentor
Following our group mentoring model, each Mentor will be paired with 1-2 mentees for the program year starting in September/October and ending in April/May. Mentors will spend a minimum of 1-2 hours working with their mentee group weekly. Whether it’s helping with setting up goals for the semester, providing organizational tips, creating a resume/cover letter, mock interview prep, exploring college and career options, finding and applying for scholarships, or being a listening ear, our Scholar CC Mentors play the role of a coach, motivator, supporter and friend.

Mentor Qualifications & Requirments

  • You are 21+ years old
  • You are a professional, community leader, or graduate-level student
  • You can pass a Level 2 background screening (County, State, and Federal)
  • You practice Cultural Humility
  • You are a person who enjoys working with students and has the ability to be flexible and communicate openly and without judgment.
  • You have an understanding of the application process to attend one of the following: College/University, Technical School, the Military, or entering the Workforce; and can provide unbiased guidance and support from decision-making to completion of set goals.
  • You are available to mentor for the duration of the program season (Sept/Oct - April/May)
  • Preferred but not required: Bilingual in Haitian-Creole, Spanish, or Portuguese

There are Two Ways to Mentor!

Mentors have the opportunity of scheduling an in-person meeting with their mentee(s) during our weekly campus sessions. On the weeks that you are not on campus, you will meet with your Mentee group virtually.

Mentors and mentees meet virtually for the duration of their match.

Schools We Partner With:
Atlantic High School | Delray Beach, FL
Boynton Beach High School | Boynton Beach, FL
Deerfield Beach High School | Deerfield Beach, FL
John I Leonard High School | Greenacres, FL
Santaluces Community High School | Lantana, FL

Note: All students attending a Title I School in Palm Beach and Broward can attend our online College and Career Readiness Workshops, FREE Virtual SAT Tutoring and have the option of being matched with a Mentor.

To apply or learn more visit scholarcc.org/mentor

Have additional questions? Email mentoring@scholarcc.org.

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About Scholar Career Coaching


3601 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton, FL 33431, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to Coach, Motivate, and Support South Florida high school college-bound students through mentoring services and scholarships, particularly English as a Second Language students.


Founded in December of 2012 as a non-profit organization, Scholar Career Coaching (Scholar CC) provides college and career services to South Florida high school college-bound students in Title I high schools, with a focus on ESL (English as a Second Language) students. While our focus is on ESL, we welcome all interested high school students. Our immigrant students are from low-income minority families, many of whom will be the first generation to graduate high school and to attend college.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Community, Education & Literacy


Wed Aug 16, 2023 - Tue Oct 31, 2023


Multiple locations Boca Raton, FL 33431



  • Mentoring
  • English as a Secondary Language (ESL)
  • Youth Services
  • Career Counseling / Coaching
  • Professional Development
  • Relationship Building




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • A minimum of 1 hour per week (Hybrid or Virtually).
  • Reside in South Florida or in the Eastern Time Zone.

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