Here at College Mentors for Kid's we believe in the power of mentoring. That is why our mission is to connect college students with the most to give to kids who need it most!Read More
- All collegiate chapters are college student-run.
- We combine mentoring with structured activities.
- Activities take place on campus.
- Children are exposed to higher education, first-hand, at a young age when habits are still forming.
- We have a dual impact on children and college student volunteers.
- A big impact: 2,500+ kids are matched with college student mentors
- A proven model: 21 years of mentoring kids
- A leadership program: 300+ college students trained to be chapter leaders
- A growing footprint: 9 states and counting
- Our college students are volunteering over 90,000 hours of mentoring
For 20 years College Mentors has connected college students with the most to give to kids who need it most. Through weekly after-school activities on a college campus, mentors show kids the importance of trying harder in school and help them understand higher education opportunities.
College Mentors for Kids is thankful to have many generous supporters. Our donors
come from all walks of life and from all parts of the country, but they share a common
desire to create a brighter future for their community.
We are always looking for potential sites for new chapters. Starting a chapter of College Mentors for Kids can be initiated by anyone in the community, but are most often started by college student leaders or university administrators.
Our alumni are individuals who understand first-hand the power mentoring has to transform lives. Our alumni have given so much to College Mentors, and we want to continue to give back to them.
Mentors of the Year Inspire 2018
Congratulations 2018 Inspire Awards Mentors of the Year!
College mentors makes lasting change for kids and college student volunteers We are making a difference. Children in the program feel more confident about themselves. They are thinking about future careers and higher education while still in elementary school. And our college student mentors are developing a sense of...