Listings in Age Range (Elementary, Middle, High School, 18+) in Connecticut
Categorized by approximate grade.
School based program matches students in grades 1-12 with caring adults who serves as friend role model
1 Central Square
Plainville, Connecticut 06062
This program is a school-based, one-on-one relationship. It is a one hour per week commitment during the school year; it requires no special skills or financial obligation.
129 Church St
PO Box 450
Bristol, Connecticut 06010
As Juniors, students meet monthly with a mentor who helps prepare them for both college and the professional world along with taking the College Planning Course.
160 Pulaski Street
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06608
Under the Stamford Mentoring Collaborative, the Club's two locations in Stamford's west side neighborhoods facilitate over 50 evidence-based educational and recreational programs.
347 Stillwater Ave
Stamford, Connecticut 06902
STEM Mentoring matches a volunteer mentor helps build caring relationships with the mentees that assist with reaching mentee goals.
59 Federal Street
New London, Connecticut 06320
Ascend serves youth between the ages of 12-18 that have been defined by the school/parent/guardian/ social worker as at risk of dropping out and/or entering/involved with the juvenile justice system.
34 Maple Avenue
Windsor, Connecticut 06095
The Viking Mentorship in collaboration with East Lyme Youth Service and Mentor Consulting Group (MCG) provides young people with the guidance, support, and personal development they need to succeed in life.
165 Boston Post Road
PO Box 220
East Lyme, Connecticut 6333
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