Today’s youth need a one-on-one relationship with a caring adult now more than ever. Thousands of youth are dropping out of school, teen pregnancy is on the rise for the first time in over a decade, and drug and alcohol use among teens is increasing. The power of one person helping one child for one hour a week can make a difference between those who make it and those who don’t.

CISGC invites you to explore the idea of becoming a volunteer. Becoming a mentor involves developing a supportive relationship with a student by demonstrating a willingness to share one’s life experiences about friends, family, school, and other various topics. CISGC matches each mentor with a student based on similar personalities and common interests. CISGC mentors spend approximately one hour once a week with their student.

Download the Mentor Volunteer Application

Please contact CISGC for more information on our mentor programs: