AmeriCorps Student Mentoring

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We are seeking people who want to make a positive impact in the lives of local students!

 

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United Way of Benton & Franklin Counties is launching a lunchtime mentoring program for local middle school students and we invite you to get involved!

Become an AmeriCorps member

Get paid to improve students' lives by coordinating the lunchtime mentoring program in a local middle school

  • Must be between the ages of 18-25*
  • Openings for 14 part-time, paid positions
  • Click here to learn more about AmeriCorps service and how to apply

Become a lunchtime mentor

Make a difference in the life of a middle schooler on your lunch break

  • Help your mentee feel good about him/herself and the school.
  • Model a positive, optimistic attitude and appreciation for learning and respect for the school
  • Click here for more information on volunteering as a mentor and how to apply

Questions?

Email Paul Klein or call 509-581-3939.

 

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*AmeriCorps members will be part of the 2021-2022 Washington State COVID Response Corps


AmeriCorps members

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Cameron Bales

 

vicky

Vicky Barron-Zuniga 

 

Cristina

Cristina Blanco

 

Sydnie

Sydnie Blank

 

Flores

Valeries Flores

 

Maya

Maya Galliher

 

Cristal

Cristal Gutierrez

 

Breanne

Breanne Hopson

 

Michaela

Michaela Jensen

 

Kelsey

Kelsey Hovley

 

Grant

Grant McFarland

 

Teresa

Teresa Mojica

 

Quin Tullock

Quin Tullock

 

   

AmeriCorps work in Local schools

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