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Mentor Programming Lead--Temporarily virtual

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Volunteer Position Description

Position Title: Mentoring Program Lead - Sophomore

Location : Virtual via Zoom; in-person in downtown Cleveland when safe TBD

General Description of Position

Helps to develop and deliver guided mentoring session programming centered on student learning in academic, personal, and professional skills to support their success in high school and prepare them for college. Mentoring curriculum and training will be provided

Major Responsibilities

  • Facilitates scheduled Saturday sessions for sophomore mentoring session, leading sessions focused on content relating to socio-emotional development and academic skills
  • Helps to identify need for additional mentoring programming content
  • Continuously improve program methodology in working with Program Director
  • Assists in the communication and implementation of all Minds Matter policies
  • Participates in managing and overseeing student and mentor attendance and participation

Critical Criteria

  • Exhibits an intimate understanding of the Minds Matter mission to include constituents served as well as the socioeconomic and cultural issues Minds Matter aims to address
  • Committed to understanding and supporting high-school level students
  • Possesses an undergraduate degree
  • Exhibits excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Demonstrates skill managing groups and tracking individual performance

1 More opportunity with MINDS MATTER



PO BOX 14519, CLEVELAND, OH 44114, US

Mission Statement

We provide students with the tools they need to overcome the education gap that holds back high-performing, low-income students so they can access and succeed at top colleges with little to no financial burden.


We equip high school students with the tools to gain acceptance to and graduate from a four-year university with minimal to no tuition cost burden by providing them critical resources - such as mentoring, tutoring, SAT and ACT test preparation, summer academic programs, and financial aid application assistance - to ensure both college access and success. Through our efforts, we help our students develop into tomorrow's leaders. We introduce them to a world of opportunity outside their neighborhoods and comfort zones. Minds Matter believes that no student dedicated to earning a college education should be limited by socioeconomic status.

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


2515 Jay Avenue#101ClevelandCleveland, OH 44113



  • Mentoring




  • 3-5 hours/week
  • We will conduct background check

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