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Virtual Mentoring: From anywhere in the United States

In-Person Mentoring

Alameda Office of Education: Alameda County, CA
Richmond Police Activities League: Richmond, CA
Office of African American Student Achievement: West Contra Costa County, CA
The Academy Project: Los Angeles, CA

Volunteering as a mentor for youth is challenging and rewarding. Most of our programs ask for a one-year commitment from mentors and provide on-going support and training. Volunteers come from all walks of life to share their experiences and perspective. The best mentors are compassionate, good listeners, and willing to share their thoughts and experiences with their mentee, while centering the mentee’s needs.