Become a Hope For Tomorrow Mentee

About Our Youth Mentoring Programs

How do you become a mentee?

Students are nominated by school staff to participate in Hope for Tomorrow. The eighth grade participants are recommended based on their potential for personal growth and academic achievement through the encouragement and guidance of another caring adult in their lives. Students participate in Hope for Tomorrow on a voluntary basis for one school year and with parent or guardian permission.

Why be a mentee?

Many successful people credit one or more mentors who made a big difference in helping them succeed. A mentor is someone who has a genuine interest in helping another person improve specific skills and develop as a person. The supportive, healthy relationships formed between mentors and mentees are both immediate and long-term and contribute to a host of benefits for everyone involved.


How do mentee's benefit from our program?

Hope for Tomorrow mentors young teens during a challenging time in their lives when they are struggling to discover who they are and how they fit in the world. It has been shown that mentoring is a powerful component in directing teens toward positive and healthy choices.

  • Increased high school graduation rates and lower high school dropout rates
  • Healthier relationships and lifestyle choices
    Better attitude about school
  • Higher college enrollment rates and higher educational aspirations
  • Enhanced self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Improved behavior, both at home and at school
    Stronger relationships with parents, teachers, and peers
  • Improved interpersonal skills
  • Decreased likelihood of initiating drug and alcohol use


Want More Information?

If you are a student interested in becoming a mentee, or are the parent of a child,  contact us for more information on getting your child involved at their school.