Listings in High School (grades 9 - 12)
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
The Teen Leadership Council (TLC) program is designed to introduce youth ages 13-18 to the basic skills and information necessary to empower them to become leaders in their community.
Norwich, Connecticut 6360
EAGLE Student Mentoring, Inc. is a community-based organization committed to inspiring high school language learner students to reach their academic potentials, bridge professional goals, and contribute in the betterment of society.
65 High Ridge Road, #185
Stamford, Connecticut 6905
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
Bridges of Hope Mentoring Program exists to serve families in designated New Haven housing developments by providing the youth a safe environment for homework, enrichment, and supportive relationships with Christian mentors.
267 Dwight St.
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Eastern Connecticut students volunteer at schools to mentor, teach kids new skills, or assist with homework.
83 Windham St.
Willimantic, Connecticut 6226
Mentoring program for college bound high school students.
The Bridgeport Public Education Fund, Inc.
446 University Ave
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604
SPEF mission is to support the students and teachers in Stamford's Public Schools through community collaboration and philanthropy.
177 Broad Street, 3rd Floor
Stamford, Connecticut 06901
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