Listings in Age Range (Elementary, Middle, High School, 18+)
Categorized by approximate grade.
The Future Project is a national educational initiative to end an epidemic of disengagement in schools by cultivating inspired entrepreneurship and social action.
5-9 Union Square West, 4th Floor
New York, New York 10003
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
Hartford Consortium for Higher Education - Career Beginnings is a college access mentoring program that helps Hartford area youth graduate high school and go on to college and fulfilling careers.
31 Pratt Street #4
Hartford, Connecticut 0+103
This is a school based program that matches identified students in grades 1-12 with caring adults who serves as friend role model.
95 High St
Westerly, Rhode Island 2891
Teens In Action (TIA) includes community service, leadership, academic support, employability development, internships, prevention programs, college tours, fun trips, individualized success plans and healthy meals.
120 Broad St
New London, Connecticut 6320
A small community mentoring program in one of Vernon's elementary schools that provides some TLC to a few students.
90 Skinner Road
Vernon, Connecticut 6066
FUSION is a peer-to-peer mentoring program that is run in conjunction with Newtown High School which pairs pre-screened juniors with incoming freshman for one full school year.
15 Berkshire Road
Sandy Hook, Connecticut 06482
The Ulbrich Boys & Girls Club Mentoring Program is designed to create a life-long bond between mentors and mentees for children who need our assistance the most.
72 Grand Street
Wallingford, Connecticut 06492
Pathway to Justice Careers (PJC) program serves Bridgeport youth aged 16 to 21 that have been involved, or are at risk of becoming involved, in the Juvenile Justice system.
475 Clinton Ave
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06605