Our program relies on volunteers who have an interest in mentoring someone facing the challenges of living in poverty. We work together to help our program participants to take steps on a new path to self-sufficiency, journeying along side with an open ear and experienced guidance.
Shortly after orientation and training, our Mentors are matched with a program Participant and begin meeting with them once a week. Mentors and Participants initially collaborate on goal-setting exercises and then over the next twelve months work together towards achieving those goals.
are able to coach, and to be coached
have a strong desire to help individuals achieve their potential
must be 18+
We offer access to free meeting space at our offices in Attleboro, MA, as well as use of work stations for online tutorials and training, employment-related activities, such as resume writing and job search, and finding other goals-related resources. We also host several free workshops each quarter that Mentors and Participants are eligible to attend, individually or together. *Due to Covid-19 we are working virtually with our participants)
Just one hour a week can make a lifetime of difference. Will it be YOU? If you are interested in helping, please contact us at 774.331.8005 to speak with Gail Mocklin, or drop her a note at email@example.com. Volunteers MUST BE 18 or older. We are mentoring ADULTS.
Thank you for considering sharing your time and talents with individuals in need!
Pave Your Path, Inc. helps individuals and families break the cycle of poverty by achieving self-sufficiency through mentoring, workshops and advocacy. Our mission is to contribute to building a community structure aimed at helping as many impoverished families as possible, and doing it in a way that honors their courage and commitment to creating the life they desire.
At PYP, it is our belief that we need more than just compassion to help alleviate poverty. We must fully understand the challenges and address them with meaningful and relevant solutions. Our trauma-sensitive approach takes into account the holistic growth of each person, with equal importance put on earning a living wage and reducing the daily suffering caused by toxic stress. We offer mentoring and workshops free of charge to our program participants, and rely on a strong team of committed volunteer mentors, specialists and interns.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Computers & Technology
We'll work with your schedule.
95 Pine StreetAttleboro, MA02703
May 27, 2021
Must be at least 18
Orientation or Training
Varies but most often 1 hour per week.
A non-judgmental attitude and belief in the potential of another human being.