Listings in Community Based mentoring and Age Range (Elementary, Middle, High School, 18+)
The NEXTT system will provide health and human services support for learners whose performance or success is blocked by health problems or social challenges. It will also provide a variety of learning supports tailored to the specific academic needs
90 Town Street
Norwich, Connecticut 6360
Eastern Connecticut students volunteer at schools to mentor, teach kids new skills, or assist with homework.
83 Windham St.
Willimantic, Connecticut 6226
Under foster Grandparent Mentoring Program, low income senior citizens serve as mentors, tutors, and caregivers for special needs children in a variety of settings, including schools, day care centers, and hospitals.
180 Fairfield Ave #2
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604
School Volunteers for New Haven, Inc. provides adult volunteers who support the educational needs of New Haven Public School students through organized school-based programs.
54 Meadow Street
New Haven, Connecticut 6519
Siemon Company mentors students in Watertown elementary, Watertown High School FIRST(R) (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), and FIRST Robotics Competition members.
101 Siemon Company Drive
Watertown, Connecticut 6795
Klingberg Family Centers - One-on-One Mentoring Program is intended to provide adolescents with a volunteer mentor, who will help build strong relationships, set and maintain life goals and be a positive role model.
370 Linwood Street
New Britain, Connecticut 6052
By creating a 1-1 mentor/mentee relationship, Starfish Connection supports promising students from low-income families in Stamford.
31 Field St
Stamford, Connecticut 06906
Our program is focused on students that need an extra support system.
Southbury, Connecticut 06488