Program Volunteers

Peer Mentors and High School Mentors make our program unique!

Peer Mentors

All of our social skills friendship clubs include peer mentors who are similarly aged students who provide a strong example of pro-social behavior. We utilize our peer mentors to help more naturally facilitate conversation within the groups as well as to provide respectful feedback.  The kids don’t know who is a peer mentor and who is not — everyone participates in the same way!

Interested in becoming a peer mentor? Please submit an application and we will reach out with next steps!

Peer Mentor Application Form

Peer Mentor Registration Form

Peer Mentor Expectations

 

High School Mentors

Similarly, our groups include high school mentors. High school mentors also participate in activities alongside the children, provide a strong model of pro-social behavior, help instructors facilitate social interaction between the participants, and assist with logistics, setup, and cleanup. We also utilize our high school mentors to help more naturally facilitate conversation within the groups as well as to provide respectful feedback to participants.

Interested in becoming a high school mentor? Please submit an application and we will reach out with next steps!

High School Mentor Application Form

High School Mentor Registration Form

High School Mentor Expectations

Friends Grow Friends Foundation will provide documentation of all completed service hours!

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