Listings in Type of Mentoring (One to One, Peer, etc.)
Choose from several types of mentoring programs, for example, one-to-one mentoring.
Our program is focused on students that need an extra support system.
Southbury, Connecticut 06488
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 06365
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
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters provides one-to-one mentoring to youth ages 6-18 throughout 132 cities and towns in Connecticut.
30 Laurel St # 3
Hartford, Connecticut 6106
Project Learn is a neighborhood-based network of learning centers in partnership with local churches and community organizations.
1718 Capitol Ave
Bridgeport, Connecticut 6604
The Norwalk Mentor Program coordinates a structured one-on-one relationship between a student and adult volunteer.
1 Park St.
Norwalk, Connecticut 6854
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
The Viking Mentorship in collaboration with East Lyme Youth Service and Mentor Consulting Group (MCG) provides young people with the guidance, support, and personal development they need to succeed in life.
165 Boston Post Road
PO Box 220
East Lyme, Connecticut 6333
In-School Mentoring Program establishes a relationship with a caring adult who listens attentively to a student who would benefit from positive support and encouragement from an adult role model
1000 East Broadway
Stratford, Connecticut 6615
The program matches adult mentors with youth between the ages of 6-15.
15 Lincoln Street
Meriden, Connecticut 06451