The AHP Mentoring Program, under the direction of the Community Service Officer, serves boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 16. Each student, with the consent of his/her parent(s) will be required to complete a form identifying his/her need. Each mentor and mentee relationship will be defined based on the needs of the student. The mentor and mentee, along with the mentee's parent(s) can establish a meeting time and a meeting place (for example, public library) suitable to their schedules (i.e., once a week, three times a month).
Needs of the Student
The following is a list of possible student needs:
Mentor Profile Requirements
Those seeking to become mentors must be between the ages of 17 and senior citizens. Prospective mentors will be required to complete a form identifying their areas of expertise and their skills.
All individuals seeking to become mentors will be required to undergo a criminal and sex offender background check. The mentor's role will be to provide support to youth through education and by serving as a role model.