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TrueNorth Community Services offers mentoring services through a program called TrueMentors. Mentoring provides young people with one-on-one time spent with a volunteer mentor doing things they both enjoy, for about 8 hours each month. Shared interests might include activities such as shooting hoops, playing a board game, going fishing or just spending time together and talking.
- Community-Based Mentoring: Matches a youth ages 5-15 with a caring adult volunteer through a traditional one-to-one match. Activities can include going fishing, playing games, going to a park, art class, movies, or any other approved activity. The schedule can be flexible to meet the needs of mentors and young people in different situations. Mentors might meet their mentees on weekends, in the evening, or after school at least eight hours per month.
- Site-Based Mentoring: Matches youth in elementary school with a caring adult or high school volunteer. High school students can be mentors for younger students within the school system. Activities are conducted at predetermined locations, such as a faith-based, business, or a community organization.
Qualifications and Skills:
- Willingness to make a new friend and a desire to share some fun with a young person
- Background check required
Please call Chelsea Clark at 231-652-1184 ext. 109 or email email@example.com to volunteer!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About TrueNorth Community Services
6308 S Warner Ave, PO Box 149, Fremont, MI 49412, US
We empower people and strengthen community to inspire hope and build a brighter future.
We are a vital and responsive non-for-profit organization that serves the positive development of individuals and their communities. Through leadership, social impact and social service, TrueNorth enhances social prosperity and provides quality and value to the community. TrueNorth strives to be the model for rural community-based organizations by effectively taking on today's challenge's in order to seize tomorrow's opportunities.
TrueNorth programs succeed because they are the collaborative work of caring citizens creating effective solutions to meet needs in their own communities. Community needs cannot be addressed without the efforts of an active, growing, and incredibly caring volunteer base. So much of our work wouldn't be possible without the dedication and commitment of volunteers in our communities.
We'll work with your schedule.
6308 S Warner AvePO Box 149Fremont, MI 49412
- Child Development
- People Skills
- Youth Services
- Child Welfare
- Child Care
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training