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ORGANIZATION: Spark the Journey

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Students can't become what they don't know exists. Our students are exploring college, post-secondary options, and careers. Mentor a high school or college student and support them on their journey! Apply to volunteer today!

Mentors of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Requirements

  • 21 years old or older
  • Two-year Associate or Technical degree or higher
  • DMV metropolitan resident

Flexible Mentoring Schedule - High School

  • Call/text/email your mentee 1x a week
  • Meet with your mentee virtually or in-person following CDC guidelines 2x a month
  • Communicate with CPE staff 2x a month

Flexible Mentoring Schedule - College

  • Call/text/email your mentee 2x a month
  • Meet with your mentee virtually or in-person following CDC guidelines, based on your student’s availability
  • Communicate with CPE staff 1x quarterly

Additional Benefits

  • CPE’s mentor network
  • Ongoing training
  • Community events


Ready to join?

Complete the mentor application at https://www.cpfe.org/mentor-application.

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About Spark the Journey

Location:

609 H Street NE, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20002, US

Mission Statement

Spark the Journey provides mentorship and a community of support for young adults to chart their own paths to achieving college and career success.

Description

Originally known as Capital Partners for Education, Spark the Journey is now growing into a national community. Today, we’re supporting more than 500 mentees as they enter young adulthood. Our unique mentorship approach fosters long-lasting relationships between mentors and mentees as young adults choose and pursue the education, career path, or personal goals they want to achieve-with a community of support behind them.

CAUSE AREAS

Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
Employment
Computers & Technology, Education & Literacy, Employment

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Multiple locations Washington, DC 20020

(38.86288,-76.97007)
 

SKILLS

  • Software Engineering
  • Network Administration
  • Computer Science
  • IT Consulting
  • Security / Network Administration
  • Analytics

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Flexible
  • Two-year Associate or Technical degree or higher

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