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West Hartford Public Schools Mentor Program - one to one social mentoring program.
110 Beechwood Road
West Hartford, Connecticut 06107
EXPECT program has a team review data to determine which scholars are in need of additional interventions, and then collaborates to set a plan in place the addresses each area of need.
1 Bulkeley Place
New London, Connecticut 6320
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
A School Based Mentoring Program serving students from the Shelton Public Schools.
382 Long Hill Ave
Shelton, Connecticut 3484
Eastern Connecticut students volunteer at schools to mentor, teach kids new skills, or assist with homework.
83 Windham St.
Willimantic, Connecticut 6226
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
The Middletown Mentor Program runs only during school hours and there is no other obligation.
393 Main Street
Middletown, Connecticut 6457
Under the Stamford Mentoring Collaborative, the Club's two locations in Stamford's west side neighborhoods facilitate over 50 evidence-based educational and recreational programs.
347 Stillwater Ave
Stamford, Connecticut 06902