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Mentee Application Questions
Please fill out the following questions to the best of your ability. NOTE: Currently we are only able to accept applications for youth in the Austin, Texas area. ALL APPLICANTS MUST ATTEND A TRAINING ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 22.
Name:
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Date:
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Email:
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Phone Number:
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Age:
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Grade or year in college, and school attending (if in school) :
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Has anyone in your immediate family (mother, father, older sibling, or direct caretaker) ever been in jail, prison, detention, or been deported?
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How did you hear about the Youth Rise mentorship and scholarship program?
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What makes you interested in working with Youth Rise Texas?
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Tell us a little bit about yourself. Where and how did you grow up? What are your interests, hobbies, or passions? Do you have a sense of what you might like to be or do later in life, and if so, tell us about it.
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Why do you think a mentorship would be right for you right now?
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We view our mentorship program as a place for young people to get support for the things they want to work on, and ask each person who applies to think of a project they'd like help with over the course of the school year. Projects can be personal and simple - such as wanting help applying for college and finding scholarships, or wanting to improve your skills as an artist. They can also be community oriented, such as wanting to explore an issue that you care about, wanting to learn how to speak out about and change something, or making an art project to raise awareness about a topic that matters to you. Do you have a project in mind already? If so, please describe your project to us, trying to be as informative and descriptive as possible.
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If you do not have a project in mind already, but would like help determining one, or would be okay to be assigned a project by Youth Rise to work on, let us know that here!
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All mentees who work with us are required to commit to the following things: 1.) Coming to one Wednesday night Youth Rise meeting per month 2.) Meeting with their mentor in person at least once per month 3.) Volunteering 4 times with Youth Rise before the school year is over 4.) Completing one full 6-week activity unit with Youth Rise (meaning you will select an activity that the weekly youth group is working on, like our winter performance, a restorative healing circle, doing a mural, working on a volunteer effort, etc, and commit to coming to all 6 weeks of the project you select) Are you able to commit to this? How might this be a challenge for you and how would you overcome that challenge?
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Youth Rise Texas will grant each mentee up to a $1,000 scholarship to be used on traditional college education OR on a learning opportunity of their choice. If you could use $1,000 in this way, how would you see yourself using it?
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