Volunteer Opportunity - Wildcat Youth Mentors Education

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Last updated on May 8, 2015

Wildcat Youth Mentors (WYM) are college students who provide trusting relationships, one-to-one, to at-risk middle or high school students. WYM has delivered life-changing friendships to thousands of youths over the past 10 years, encouraging them to achieve their full potential academically and morally.

Mentors can volunteer in a number of schools state-wide. In as little as one hour each week per semester, through friendship and listening, you can significantly change the outlook for a local student. Following a brief orientation and training, you will be paired with a youngster of promise whom you will meet weekly at his/her school.

Together, we match your interests with the needs and interests of your Mentee. With your leadership, you can choose how to build the skills that your Mentee needs to succeed. Our Mentors become “work-ready” and earn the references to prove it.

MENTOR A STUDENT AT: Barrington Middle School; The Birchtree Center; Dover Middle School; Great Bay Services; Henry Wilson Memorial; McClelland Elementary School; Northwood School; Oyster River Middle School; Rochester Middle School; Rochester Youth Safe Haven; Seacoast Family Promise; Seymour Osman Community Center;
And at schools in these towns: Berlin, Claremont, Concord, Hanover, Keene, Laconia, Lebanon, Littleton, Manchester, & Nashua

You must be willing to work with middle and/or high school students, many of whom may be experiencing challenging life situations. You should have good communications skills, and be patient and understanding.

This opportunity is sponsored by: LifeWise Community Projects, Inc.

We need volunteers who are free at these times
Evenings  Weekly
This volunteer opportunity is available to the following types of volunteers
Adults (26-54)  Unpaid Interns
Individual  Young Adults (18-25)
We are looking for volunteers with the following skills
Caregiver  Public Relations / Outreach
Companionship  Teaching
Leadership Development  Tutoring
Volunteers will work with the following groups
Adolescents (13-17)  Young Adults (18-25)
This volunteer opportunity addresses the following social interests
Civic & Community  Mentoring Services
Education & Technology

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Contact Person:
Bruce Montville, President, (phone), (email)
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 P.O. Box 2120
Hampton, NH 03843

Details where opportunity can also be performed

Web Site: http://lifewise-nh.org/wildcat-youth-mentors

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School Dropout Prevention
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Last updated on May 8, 2015

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