Gang Reduction & Youth Development (GRYD) Academic Mentor
Quick Overview: Build caring relationships and serve as a mentor and role model by joining our Gang Reduction & Youth Development team as an Academic Mentor! We're seeking dedicated individuals who are interested in providing at-risk youth ages 10-15 with academic support and guidance. This is a remote opportunity, and all sessions are carried out using Zoom.
Impact: You will provide a sense of guidance and stability to at-risk youth who have experienced neglect and/or trauma.
Volunteer Roles & Responsibilities: You will meet with GRYD staff and youth through Zoom and work on homework, participate in enrichment activities, and provide mentorship to youth. We seek individuals who are available to commit 2-4 hours of service per week, for a minimum period of 6 months. Programming and sessions take place from Monday-Friday, 2pm-6pm.
Requirements: Mentors must...
Be 18 years or older
Pass a background check
College students preferred
Accessibility: All sessions and service will be conducted remotely through Zoom.
If you're interested in mentoring at-risk youth, click EXPRESS INTEREST below and we will follow up with further instructions.
ANY QUESTIONS? Feel free to email Martin at email@example.com Look forward to hearing from you!
*Volunteer time shifts are broken down into the following time frames:
About Bresee Foundation
184 South Bimini Place, Los Angeles, CA 90004, US
The Bresee Foundation is committed to community and youth development, basic health services, and urban leadership training. The Bresee Foundation offers free medical treatment, recreation, education, employment opportunities for youth and families, and an open-access computer lab for the community. The church prepares meals for the homeless.