Become a Mentor
Looking to encourage young scholars to work toward a college education? You've come to the right place!
A critical component of the Clark State Scholars Program is the development of a support system to encourage the young scholars to work toward a college education and to help expose them to enrichment experiences they might not otherwise have. The level of involvement of each mentor will vary according to his/her availability. However, the goal is to spend at least 30-45 minutes with the scholars every month. The goal is to make enough visits during the year to establish a relationship with the students. Contact us to take the next steps in becoming a mentor!
Become a mentor with the Clark State Scholars program
Become a mentor with the Clark State Scholars program and share insights and information that encourage mentee's success. Many mentors, who are champions for our scholars, have expressed that it is a relationship more than teaching and advising, but also learn from mentees and establishing friendships. Mentors make a difference!
The role of a mentor:
- Mentors are willing to meet with students at least once a month for approximately one hour throughout the school year.
- Mentors support students throughout high school in order to prepare them for their college journey at Clark State.
- Mentors serve as role models and are a positive influence on our students.
Mentors encourage our students and applaud their accomplishments.
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