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Seton Youth Shelters- Mentoring Children of Prisoners Program

Open Opportunity


Positions98 Remaining
Shared WithOld Dominion University
Age Limit21 and up
Seton Youth Shelters seeks volunteers for their Mentoring Children of Prisoners Program, which matches a youth between the ages of 4 and 18 with an adult mentor age 20 or older.  All of the youth in this program have been affected by the incarceration (past or present) of a family memeber.  Mentors will spend a minimum of 4 hours per month (weekly or biweekly) with their mentee participating in recreational activities, helping with homework, going to museums, visits to the beach, going to the libraty, and other age-appropriate activities.  Minimun 1 year commitment.  Background checks will be performed.  This volunteer opportunity is available all over Hampton Roads.  Please email or call the Program Director, Carrie Weiler with any questions at -Phone: 757-646-9965.
All mentors must be at least 20 years old and posses the ability to pass background checks. 1 year commitment required.
PerksGreat experience, opportunity to be a positive role model to a child, reference letters can be written upon request
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