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Mentoring Immigrant Youth

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  • 5 people are interested

We are looking for multiple volunteers to help us grow our impact.

  • Mentors - to work with youth can find out more information at https://www.speakmentorship.org/mentorguide
  • Looking for a volunteer to support our Speaker Series by connecting with current speakers and ensuring they are prepared for their speaker event and identifying and recruiting new speakers for the upcoming speaker series cohort. https://www.speakmentorship.org/speaker-series
  • Increasing awareness of our work either by writing PR pieces or assisting with a PR strategy focusing on on NY/NJ/PA and CA/WA areas.
  • Donor recruitment strategy - helping develop a strategy to convert our mentors to donors and to recruit new individual donors
  • We have identified grants and need assistance writing grant applications to ensure we are able to meet the capacity of impact for the upcoming academic year

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8511 260TH ST, FLORAL PARK, NY 11001, US

Mission Statement

SPEAK Mentorship develops the social and cultural capital of youth to become leaders in the workforce.


Started in 2015, SPEAK started with the vision of a more diverse future workforce with more women of color of all backgrounds in positions of power across a variety of careers. SPEAK ensures girls get a fair chance of pursuing college and careers of their choice.

Through SPEAK programs, girls:

  • gain knowledge and experience with tech platforms and tools

  • develop a peer community and safe space within schools through SPEAK Chapter Clubs, making new friends, finding a sense of belonging, and increasing confidence and self-esteem

  • meet with multiple culturally responsive mentors to learn about their own cultures and other cultures, increasing their self-awareness, awareness of others, and developing their identity

  • learn new career specific skills, about career ecosystems, and pursue civic engagement opportunities through mentors

  • increase academic and social emotional skills, developing a greater sense of school engagement as mentoring sessions often tie into school activities

We are committed to empowering the next generation of diverse workforce leaders, and thank you in advance for supporting our work and mission.

Children & Youth
Immigrants & Refugees


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.


  • Administrative Support
  • Program Management
  • Donor Management
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 23
  • Orientation or Training
  • Time commitment varies but can be estimated to be no more than 5 hours per week

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