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East High School A+ Angels 2022-23 Mentor Program

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ORGANIZATION: A+ Angels Mentor Program

  • 46 people are interested

Will you be a mentor and a make a difference in the life of a young person? The program still needs mentors for 3 freshman girls and 1 freshman boy. The freshman class meets at East High School on Wednesdays from 8:05 - 9:30. We also need mentors for 2 sophomore boys. Sophomore mentors meet on Thursdays from 8:05 to 9:30. These students have been waiting for a mentor since August and it would be wonderful if they could finish the year matched with someone who can help them succeed and thrive. If you are interested please contact program director Aimee Arens.

The A+ Angels East High School Mentor Program pairs selected students with volunteer mentors (that's you) to offer guidance, support and encouragement along with help in academic and life skills. A+ Angels welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds and life experiences to join the mentoring team. Mentor - student pairs can also arrange to meet online during this time or when available although in person meetings at East High School are preferred.

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About A+ Angels Mentor Program


1600 City Park Esplanade, Denver, CO 80206, US

Mission Statement

To close the achievement gap at East High School in Denver, Colorado by pairing adult volunteers with students who struggle academically. We build long-term mentoring relationships, to help students succeed academically, expose them to colleges, career opportunities and a larger world.


A+ Angels is a mentor program that seeks to close the achievement gap at East High School in Denver, Colorado. Begun in 2004 by two parents, Jessica Pearson and Caren Press, A+ Angels currently consists of more than 80 pairs of adult volunteers and students who struggle academically. Mentors build relationships with students, inspire them to work harder, help them with their school work, and expose them to colleges, career opportunities and a larger world.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Community, Education & Literacy


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1600 City Park EsplanadeDenver, CO 80206



  • Mentoring




  • Background Check
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 to 1 .5 hours a week to meet with your student. Meetings ideally are in person at the Academic Success Class at East High School but can also be arranged online between the mentor and the student.

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