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Minds Matter Boston is a mentoring organization that pairs mentors with low-income, first-generation high school students to prepare them for college success. Currently, Minds Matter is looking to recruit more mentors of color and/or first-generation college student graduates who participate in Minds Matter. Minds Matter Boston believes it is extremely important for more of their mentors to reflect the backgrounds of the students they work with, so that students can realize their own level of potential through their mentor’s journey and success.
If you’re interested in becoming a mentor or have an idea of someone who would be a good fit, you can visit Minds Matter Boston online to learn more and apply.
For more information, contact Jada Alexander: email@example.com.
United Way Youth Venture is currently recruiting for mentors for a social entrepreneurship program for youth ages 16-20. The youth will work together in teams to create, launch, and manage their own community-benefiting business where they take their own ideas and put them into action. Each year this initiative engages 300 youth from Greater Boston and we need leadership from the mentors to support the teams throughout their business development journey.
Youth Venture is looking for professionals in the Boston area that are interested in working with the youth to help them reach their full potential! The mentor position is a 6 week commitment of 2 hours per week from late October to early December and can be an individual or group volunteer opportunity. Training and support is provided to every mentor.
Fore more information, contact: Cece Chung: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested to find individual volunteer opportunities? Sign up at Volunteer HQ.