If you’re looking for a rewarding change of pace, or just getting your feet wet as a volunteer, mentoring is a great way to make an impact. From tutoring opportunities with kids, to professional development volunteer gigs, here are a few ways you can work with others to help Create the Good in your community.
With Reading Rockets, you can help provide support and enrichment for local youth as a volunteer literacy tutor. If you are 50 or older, also check out the opportunity to help children become great readers through AARP Foundation’s Experience Corps.
Mentors with Spark volunteer from home to help middle schoolers discover multiple educational and career paths.
Mentoring.org gives you a one-on-one opportunity to build a child’s self-esteem and form stronger connections with their community and their peers.
As a volunteer with Score, you’ll help entrepreneurs avoid common mistakes and guide them, through experience, on a more successful path.
Help motivate and mentor a small group of college students as they take their first steps toward the professional world. Sign up to be a career coach or volunteer with Bebraven.org.
Find mentoring opportunities in your area today when you enter the keyword “mentor” in our simple volunteer search.
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