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Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati

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Mentor one of our fine scholars, ages 10 - 18 and empower them to make positive change. Boys Hope Girls Hope is a national nonprofit that helps children in need reach their full potential and become men and women for others through value-centered, family like homes, opportunities in the community, and education through college.

Mentors play a significant role in the Boys Hope Girls Hope program by partnering with one of our scholars, his or her family (when appropriate) and the program to provide support and encouragement. The mentor spends time with the scholar twice a month and maintains weekly communication with them in-between visits.

Who we serve & Why

Boys Hope Girls Hope helps academically capable and motivated children-in-need to meet their full potential and become men and women for others by providing value-centered, family-like homes, opportunities and education through college.

BHGH is exponentially changing Cincinnati by providing high-potential kids with an exceptional education. We are raising a select group of disadvantaged young leaders in a nurturing home environment and offering a productive future that will resonate into the next generation. We address the causes of poverty, not merely the symptoms.

Mentoring Responsibilities

The mentor helps ensure scholar success by:

  • Forming a supportive, open relationship with the scholar.
  • Working cooperatively with others in the scholar's life to establish good communication and support systems.
  • Expanding the scholar's horizons and stimulating growth through experience and communication.
  • Supporting the scholar's academic life.
  • Teaching the scholar valuable life skills.
  • Serving as a role model.
  • Participating in volunteer training.
  • Providing continuing feedback to Boys Hope Girls Hope.

Mentoring benefits both scholar and mentor. The scholar gains the knowledge and sup-port of an adult who takes full interest in his or her academic and person well-being. The mentor has the opportunity to share knowledge, life experiences and love with a young person in need of his or her guidance and support. In the process, lives are transformed and life-long friendships are made.

Requirements to volunteer

  • At least 21 years of age.
  • A minimum of a year commitment.
  • Bi-monthly, face-to-face contact. (About four hours, monthly).
  • Bi-monthly additional contact between visits, through phone calls, emails, etc.
  • Have reliable transportation.
  • Be a positive role model.
  • Submit hours spent with your scholar on BHGH Cincinnati's online mentor log.

Please contact us to find out more about this opportunity at (513) 721-3380 or by submitting your interest here!

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About Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati

Location:

2400 Reading Road, Suite 139, Cincinnati, OH 45202, US

Mission Statement

Boys Hope Girls Hope Cincinnati provides educational opportunities and stability to motivated, underserved youth through residential and community-based programs.

Description

Boys Hope Girls Hope (BHGH) is a national non-profit organization, founded in 1977. This organization houses children in need to provide a safe environment, education, support services, and participation in extracurricular activities and community service.

Services are continued after high school graduation, including job placement and financial assistance through college.

Cincinnati also has a Community-Based Program, where scholars live with parents, but receive BHGH benefits.

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

2400 Reading RoadSuite 139Cincinnati, OH 45202

(39.12566,-84.50159)
 

SKILLS

  • Mentoring
  • Youth Services
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Child Development
  • Counseling / Mental Health
  • Social Work

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • • A minimum of a year commitment. • Bi-monthly, face-to-face contact. (About four hours, monthly). • Bi-monthly additional contact between visits, through phone calls, emails, etc.

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