Youth Mentoring works with several different organizations within the area to provide volunteers that teach young students a variety of different skills while serving as mentor and role model. Each of the sites has a distinct way in which the volunteer is meant to connect with the student. These activities include tutoring, playing chess, teaching computer skills, teaching one how to play an instrument, and interacting with exhibits at the locally-run children’s museum!

 

What will volunteers do?

Each site requires something different of the volunteer, but the objective is the same. The volunteer will work with children, ages ranging from elementary to high school, on a specific area of interest, serving as both a teacher and a mentor.

 

When?

Most shifts run for about 1-2 hours, but may vary according to site. Transportation is provided via carpool.

 

How can I get involved?

Registration begins August 22, 2017. Click the "Register to Volunteer with Youth Mentoring" link in the upper left-hand column of this page, and fill out the corresponding application. 

After submitting the form, a Program Director will contact you with further information. 

 

Our Community Partners

For more detailed information about an individual site listed below, click here.

  • Computers4Kids
  • Gordon Avenue Public Library
  • The Lewis and Clark Exploratory Center
  • Music Resource Center
  • Virginia Discovery Museum
  • ACES Chess
  • Action in Reading (AIR)
  • Books & Bball
  • Charlottesville Abundant Life Ministries
  • Clark Music Program