This Mentor/Mentee program is designed to provide emotional, motivational, and academic support for at risk youth through a community of trained adult Mentors who are committed to their success.
Mentees are asked to make a school year commitment
Must be between 8-17 years of age
Reside in the Chelan and Douglas County area
Obtain parent/guardian permission
Parent/Guardian must be in continual support of Program Participation
Complete application process
Commit to meet with mentor 2-4 times per month
Have fun with your mentor!
Mentors assist youth in a positive environment to establish and fulfill goals they have set for their education or vocation.
Mentees spend 6-8 hours a month with their Mentors—participating in activities such as playing sports, going to the park, or other activities the Mentee may enjoy.
Opportunity to attend group activities, such as movie night, Wenatchee Wild Games, River Rafting, etc.
To become a Mentee or Mentor, or to obtain more information please contact the Samantha Krumdieck MENT2B Coordinator at 509-662-2109 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you remember someone that you considered an important person in your life as a child? Someone that inspired or shaped you for who you are today? Many of our youth today grow up missing that connection, that mentor.
Your support of the Wenatchee Valley YMCA Ment2B program will help change lives through mentoring youth right here in our valley. When asked, 1 in 3 children want a mentor. Those that have a mentor are 52% less likely to skip school, are 46% less likely than their peers to begin using drugs, trust their parents more and communicate better with them! Your contribution will help these young people with social, emotional, and academic growth through mentoring. Help guarantee that our kids have someone that cares. Show them that they ALL matter by making a donation today!