Make a positive impact in a youth’s life: Mentor them!
Our youth need us. They need our help to imagine the future and their place in it. This is vital to their success and for their future.
Me, a Mentor?!
Yes, any caring adult can mentor a young person.You do not need to be cool or exciting. We ask you to be yourself and work at developing this new relationship. Youth need a little bit of your time.The only mentor who fails is the one who does not show up.
I'm interested…How does this work?
Fill out the application below and email it to Mack Abernathy at email@example.com. We will contact you to see what questions you might have as well as schedule a time to meet in person and get to know you better in order to make a good match. You will also need to pass a background check. After the paper work is done, the next step is attending training and getting matched with your mentee. We make matches based off of personality and interests.We will work to connect you with a youth who might share some of your same interests or personality traits.
Do they really need me?
Yes, we work with youth who are in need of additional support. An adult spending time with a young person is always beneficial, however we connect mentors with youth who face multiple life challenges.
Come to AYO's Monthly Mentor Socials!
AYO’s Mentor Program Mentor Socials are a time for current mentors and staff to connect and share their success stories as well as the challenges that they are experiencing in their match relationships. It is also a time for potential volunteers to come and learn more about the concept and importance of mentoring youth! Here are the next upcoming Mentor Social dates:
October 6th at North County (94 Rampart Way, Denver, CO 80230) 5:30-7pm
November 3rd at Punch Bowl Social (65 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203) 5:30-7pm
December 1st at Sam's No 3 (2580 S Havana St, Aurora, CO 80014) 5:30-7pm
Mack Abernathy 303.923.6399, firstname.lastname@example.org
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