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Mentorship Program Coordinator

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ORGANIZATION: Ron Howell Foundation

  • 8 people are interested

The Mentorship Program Coordinator is a volunteer position that reports to the CEO or COO and will perform teh following for the RHF Mentorship Program for 2023.

  • Coordinate the promotion of our 2023 mentorship program and activities, also designing mentorship program flyers and providing those to the operations team to promote on our social media sites
  • Collect and evaluate requests submitted on mentorship forms during the open application period
  • Enter and maintain mentee application information in the organization's CRM database
  • Pair mentees to existing RHF mentors for the program
  • Send mentorship packet with guidelines and requirements to mentees and their respective mentors
  • Email mentees and mentors periodically to check on progress of the 6 month program
  • At program's end, generate a report of mentee progress and completion for the President and CLO of the foundation, identifying which mentees are eligible for CompTIA exam vouchers
Coordinator must be a resident of the state of South Carolina.

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About Ron Howell Foundation


P.O. Box 292151, Columbia, SC 29229, US

Mission Statement

To equip and empower young men and women who aspire to lead in the field of information technology.


The Ron Howell Foundation is a non-profit organization equipping and empowering young people with leadership aspirations in the field of information technology. We provide programs and services to young people in the Berkeley, Columbia, and other counties in South Carolina. Information and related technologies are used in every industry (government, academic, healthcare, retail, hospitality, sports, music, etc.). Effective IT leadership is critical in every industry. Our foundation seeks to identify and develop high school and college aged young people with early aspirations of matriculating through the field of Information Technology into leadership roles, such as IT supervisors, managers, directors and executives. With the help of our foundation and the generous support of donors, young IT leaders will reach their personal leadership goals with less obstacles.


Children & Youth
Media & Broadcasting
Children & Youth, Community, Media & Broadcasting


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Multiple locations Columbia, SC 29203



  • Public Relations
  • Graphic Design / Print
  • Advertising
  • Mentoring
  • Verbal / Written Communication
  • Program Management




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • 2-3 hours per month
  • Must have a home computer with Internet access. May be requested to create videos using Doodly.com or a similar platform, but not required. Preference may be given to volunteer resident of South Carolina.

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