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Clark County School District

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 59 people are interested

Stay In School Mentoring Project Volunteer Opportunities Mentor Messages

Provide short pre recorded inspirational video messages for Clark County School District students.

  • Record/Upload short inspirational messages for CCSD students (5 min or less)
  • Create one mentor message or several messages (your choice)
  • Suggested topics will be provided to you (your input/expertise is also welcome)
  • Record video(s) whenever/wherever you'd like
  • No time commitment
Become a Mentor

Be a positive role model and provide guidance, support and encouragement to a student in Clark County School District.

  • Get matched with a Elementary, Middle or High School student (your choice)
  • Meet with mentee virtually
  • Commit to mentoring student for one school year
  • You can choose to mentor more than one student (your choice)
  • Background check required

You can choose to participate in Mentor Messages only, Become a Mentor only or do BOTH!


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About Clark County School District


School-Community Partnership Program, Stay In School Mentoring Project, Las Vegas, NV 89107, US

Mission Statement

The mission statement of the School-Community Partnership Program is: Enrich student experiences by connecting business and community with school resources to promote academic achievement and foster success.


The Stay in School Mentoring Project match es volunteers from the community across a broad spectrum of professions, with students that need guidance and support to help them be successful in school.

Mentors go to the school to meet with the students, during school, for one hour, at minimum twice per month. The emphasis is not on tutoring, but rather spending quality time talking, playing board games, learning crafts, reading together, etc. The focus is to develop a relationship, in route to enhancing the student’s self-esteem and confidence in his or her ability to be successful in school. This will encourage the student to remain through graduation and beyond.

Children & Youth
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Mentoring
  • Career Counseling / Coaching
  • Life Coaching
  • Public Speaking


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • Varies

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