Listings in Type of Mentoring (One to One, Peer, etc.)
Choose from several types of mentoring programs, for example, one-to-one mentoring.
School Social Workers work to ensure that the social and emotional well-being of all students allows for them to achieve success in the educational environment and in the community.
20 Center Road
Vernon, Connecticut 6066
Each year we work closely with school counselors and administrators to assists with the social and emotional needs of students.
127 Norwich Avenue
Colchester, Connecticut 6145
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
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
Killingly-UConn-Brooklyn Experience. UConn students are matched as mentors with students in grades 3 through 8 (especially students of Asian or Hispanic descent) in the Killingly and Brooklyn public schools systems.
Killingly Public Schools
369 Main Street
Danielson, Connecticut 6239
Primary focus is general academic support, social/character development, school to work preparedness and juvenile justice.
455 Wintergreen Ave
New Haven, Connecticut 06515
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
Mentoring program for college bound high school students.
The Bridgeport Public Education Fund, Inc.
446 University Ave
Bridgeport, Connecticut 06604
Urban League youth programs are designed to provide high school aged youth with supplementary activities that will prepare them for post secondary education, career opportunities and workforce development skills to prepare them for today's changing e
140 Woodland Street
Hartford, Connecticut 06105
Mentor program in the Waterbury Public Schools.
236 Grand Street
Waterbury, Connecticut 6702