The Youth Mentoring Program at World Relief Memphis is designed to pair young refugee participants with mentors from the community who are dedicated to helping them identify and achieve their short-term and long-term goals.
Mentors walk alongside refugee and immigrant youth ages 15-24 with the goal of developing mutually transformative relationships. The youth set their life, career, or educational goals and mentors meet regularly with the mentees to provide support, find resources and build relationship.
This program is focused on promoting positive civic and social engagement. Mentors commit to meeting together bi-weekly for 12 months and participating in quarterly skill building workshops with other mentors.
Interested in becoming a Youth Mentor? Read the volunteer description here. Then complete the following steps:
Complete our Orientation I online training introducing you to World Relief here
Complete our Volunteer Application and related online forms here
Youth Mentoring requires a two-part application. Complete the Youth Mentoring portion here
Upon completing these requirements, you will be contacted by our Volunteer Coordinator for next steps, including invitation to a more detailed volunteer orientation, background check, reference checks, and youth mentoring training.
Spread the word with us -- invite your colleagues, friends and family to consider becoming a youth mentor as well. Download this flyer to share!
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