Organizing Youth, 
Impacting Neighborhoods

Are you interested in volunteering your time? Read about becoming a mentor below.

Volunteer Opportunities




Under the guidance of the Executive Director, the mentors build healthy, supportive relationships with the mentees and actively participate in program activities. The specific responsibilities of the mentors include:


-- Attending regularly scheduled program meetings throughout the academic        year;

-- Implementing activities that assist the mentees in reaching programmatic 

   goals that are based on the mission of the organization;

-- Assisting the mentees in developing life skills such as problem solving,

   planning for the future, decision-making, values clarification, and goal


-- Providing regular feedback to the Executive Director regarding program

   activities and interactions with the mentees.




-- Commitment to the mission and vision of the organization;

-- Ability to inspire and engage children;

-- Excellent oral and written communication and critical thinking skills;

-- Ability to work independently and as part of a team;

-- Proficiency in basic Internet skills and in Microsoft Word, Excel, and 


-- Some college experience preferred.


How to Apply:

To be considered for this position, you must submit your application, resume, and 3 references by e-mail to Akiza Boddie-Willis at

Mentor Application: