You could make a child’s life a whole lot brighter as a volunteer for Children’s Mentoring Connection’s school-based program.
This school year, CMC will host mentoring programs at Jacobs Primary School, Bigelow Hill Intermediate School, Donnell Middle School, Glenwood Middle School and for 4th and 5th-graders at Cory Rawson Schools. During the programs – some of which are one-on-one while others are group-based – mentors meet with kids about an hour once a week for 28 weeks throughout the school year.
Jennifer Swartzlander, executive director of CMC, said their goal is to recruit50 new mentors during August, with the programs beginning in mid-September.
CMC prepares the activities and provides snacks for the programs.
To attend one of the school-based programs, a child must attend one of the schools offering them, but community-based mentoring programs are also available. Children’s Mentoring Connection has supported children through mentoring opportunities in Hancock County for 40 years.
For more information, contact Katie Stutzman at Children’s Mentoring Connection at 419-424-9752, to fill out an application.
Also visit hancockmentors.org or visit them on Facebook under “Children’s Mentoring Connection of Hancock County.”