Listings in Type of Mentoring (One to One, Peer, etc.)
Choose from several types of mentoring programs, for example, one-to-one mentoring.
The One-On-One Mentoring Program is for young people ages 14 to 21 that are in out-of-home care in Connecticut.
1 Plains Road
Moodis, Connecticut 6469
Mentor program in the Waterbury Public Schools.
236 Grand Street
Waterbury, Connecticut 6702
The Connecticut state GEAR UP project (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Program) serves 3,000 students attending 12 middle schools in East Hartford, New Haven and Waterbury, and will follow these students though middle school,
Southern Connecticut State UniversitySouthern Conn
501 Crescent Street
New Haven, Connecticut 6515
Mentors meet once a week for one hour with middle school students during the school year as determined by student/mentor schedule.
134 Williams St.
New London, Connecticut 6320
A Mentor Program would be focused around organized events where middle school students would be partnered with high school students or community members.
Preston Town Hall
389 Route 2
Preston, Connecticut 6365
Mentor2Win Program is to help boys and girls between the ages of 6-18 develop the academic, behavioral and social skills needed to be successful in school and beyond.
253 Columbus Ave
New Haven, Connecticut 6519
A full member agency of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, which has been in the business of providing mentoring relationships to young people for over 100 years.
2470 Fairfield Avenue
Bridgeport, Connecticut 6605
JDPP is the home for three distinct programmatic offerings.
75 Charter Oak Ave Building One, Suite 206
Hartford, Connecticut 6106
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 6105
The program matches 6th and 7th graders with highly-motivated, well qualified high school students to provide guidance and positive role modeling.
10 School Street
Madison, Connecticut 6443