Listings in Type of Mentoring (One to One, Peer, etc.)
Choose from several types of mentoring programs, for example, one-to-one mentoring.
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 06515
The objective of the LEAD Program is to foster the personal and academic development of Stamford's youth.
10 Bell Street
Stamford, Connecticut 6901
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
The Junior Leadership Program is geared towards youth entering 8th grade in the fall.
28 Cutler Street
Stonington, Connecticut 6378
JDPP is the home for three distinct programmatic offerings.
75 Charter Oak Ave Building One, Suite 206
Hartford, Connecticut 6106
The Public Health Expertise Network of Mentors (PHENOM) are public health professionals who have volunteered to be available to answer any questions individuals may have about a career in Public Health.
New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Our goal is to foster positive social, behavioral, and academic development of youth in the school setting and the community.
605 New England Rd
Guilford Youth Mentoring
Guilford, Connecticut 06437
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
TOP teens gather weekly throughout the school year for curriculum-guided discussions about youth development, community involvement and service learning.
235 Nicoll Street
New Haven, Connecticut 6511