- We believe that every child needs an advocate and a mentor – someone to encourage them, to serve as a role model, to praise their efforts. Someone to promote the sparkle in their eye and someone to teach them how to shine. For students who do not have that kind of relationship at home, a mentor can provide that support by building a special friendship with a student.
If you …
- Possess an understanding of and a desire to patiently work with children in need
- Genuinely believe in the ability of all individuals to learn and reach their full potential
- Practice positive interpersonal communication sills
- Can commit to being reliable and dependable
… You’ve already got what it takes to help a child realize that anything is possible.
Download a Mentor Application
View and print the official Communities In Schools Mentor Application.
Return finished applications to the CIS office
Mail: PO Box 177, Lexington, NC 27293
Drop off: 6 East 4th St., Lexington, NC (Behind Arby’s on N. Main St. & beside Davidson Funeral Home)
View the Mentor Training Manual
If you’d like to see what being a mentor is all about before you sign up, download our official Mentor Training Manual!