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Mentors needed for High School Students

For the sixth year in a row, the Clermont Chamber of Commerce Foundation presents “One-To-One Mentoring,” a Work Readiness Initiative program that matches business professionals with high school students to come together once or twice a month and focus on:

  • Setting goals to be prepared for 21st century careers:
  • Building character
  • Developing pathways to achievement
  • Building resiliency
  • Believing in a positive future

What an opportunity for Clermont County business professionals and community leaders to make a difference in the life of a student and the future of our community, explore career choices and prepare students with work readiness skills. This is a highly rewarding experience for both the students and volunteers!

Volunteer Commitment:

  • Mentors meet with their student one to two times a month during school hours at a Clermont County public high school or virtually.
  • Time commitment: Minimum one hour per month during the school year.
  • There is a required background check provided at no cost to you by the Clermont County Educational Service Center in Batavia.

Immediate openings are needed to fill One-to-One Mentoring volunteers for Goshen, Loveland, West Clermont and Williamsburg, and there will be more districts to come.  School staff members work with volunteers in scheduling a time that is convenient for both the mentor and the student.

Register here today to become a One-to-One Mentor. Program begins October 1.

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