Mentor a young adult and change a life. Through our mentorship program, the young adults aging out of foster care are teamed with a supportive community volunteer to help them transition into adulthood and independency. Serving as a mentor is about sharing time and knowledge and giving of yourself. Helping a child realize their potential will allow them to follow their dreams and believe that THEY CAN DO IT!
Please join us at an upcoming Mentor Orientation class. To learn more or register for orientation, please contact Ashley Soucier, Mentor Program Coordinator, via email at Ashley.Soucier@cbcvf.org or phone at (386) 238-4900. Please RSVP to attend an Orientation class.
1. Willingness to work one-on-one with a youth in foster care between the age of 14 and 17.
2. Must submit to and pass fingerprint, background check, and drug screen prior to formal acceptance to the program.
3. Willingness to spend one hour a week with youth serving as a role model and friend.
If you are deaf, hard-of-hearing or limited English proficient, you are entitled
to interpreter services at no cost to you. Please contact 386-238-4900.