The CES Mentoring Program is a site based program that strives to match students with caring adult mentors who can engage them in meaningful educational, recreational and developmental activities. Activities can include outdoor/seasonal activities, arts and crafts, cooking, playing games, science experiments, talking and more. These activities take place at the school during an agreed upon time once to twice a week throughout the school year. The Mentoring Program helps youth succeed in education and in life by encouraging them to make good decisions and set positive goals. Mentoring has been proven to improve academic success, increase school attendance and help students avoid negative behaviors like drugs and alcohol. Our program relies on community volunteers just like you. Training is available for all qualified mentors. A qualified mentor is 18 yrs. or older, a high school graduate and committed to creating an appropriate, caring relationship with their mentee.
For more information contact the CES Mentoring Coordinator: