Mentoring

Mentoring

The AHP Mentoring Program, under the direction of the Community Service Officer, serves boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 16. Each student, with the consent of his/her parent(s) will be required to complete a form identifying his/her need.  Each mentor and mentee relationship will be defined based on the needs of the student. The mentor and mentee, along with the mentee's parent(s) can establish a meeting time and a meeting place (for example, public library) suitable to their schedules (i.e., once a week, three times a month).



Mentoring

Needs of the Student

The following is a list of possible student needs:
Math
Science
Reading
Writing
Social Skills



Mentoring

Mentor Profile Requirements

Those seeking to become mentors must be between the ages of 17 and senior citizens. Prospective mentors will be required to complete a form identifying their areas of expertise and their skills.
All individuals seeking to become mentors will be required to undergo a criminal and sex offender background check. The mentor's role will be to provide support to youth through education and by serving as a role model.




Mentoring

Forms and Contacts

To become a mentor or mentee, please click open the forms below (Adobe Acrobat required):
MENTEE APPLICATION 
MENTOR APPLICATION
MENTOR BACKGROUND CHECK (DISCLOSURE-AUHORIZATION)

 

 
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