Mentors

There are many stages in life where we might all benefit from more experience. So some mentees may also choose to give back by volunteering as Mentors. Mentorship cannot be forced and should be mutually rewarding to the mentor and mentee. Mentors are merely agreeing to make some limited attempts for initial communication with your mentee and their family. From there the opportunity is what you mutually make of it. Therefore there is no obligation for a long term commitment between any attempted mentor and mentee. This mentorship program is currently open to anybody in our community.

Any Mentee under 21 should include a parent, guardian or family member in the early calls. Any live meetings between a youth and an adult should be in a public place with other people present.

If you have questions or suggestions please contact Jim Ensign.

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