4-H National Mentoring Program Youth and Family with Promise Mentors provide an invaluable service to the program. They are caring adults who are committed to changing the lives of youth. These at-risk kids need committed and consistent adult role models in their lives. Please only apply if you can commit to spending a year with a mentee. Volunteer mentors meet with youth mentees for about one and a half hours per week. Mentors help open doors to youth for interests in science, technology, engineering and math, as well as helping them develop life skills such as self-esteem, responsibility, problem-solving, cooperation, sharing and teamwork.
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