Studies show that successful mentoring programs help students develop social skills, improve their school achievement and graduation rates, build character, and many other benefits.
GCPS has proactively developed a Community-Based Mentoring program to connect caring adults in the community with male students in grades 5 through 12 to provide guidance, encouragement, and support to help them become successful young adults, both in and out of school.
While school counselors, teachers, and family members all play a role in keeping students in school and learning, the involvement of a community mentor can make a meaningful connection.
- Vision, Mission, and Goals
- CEO/Superintendent's Message on Mentoring
- Community-Based Mentoring Program Sponsors
- How to Become a Mentor
- Mentee/Parent Application
- Mentor Application
- 2016-17 Calendar of Events
- 2016-17 Mentor Training Dates
- Mentors Group Photos
- Mentoring Report Log
- Mentoring Resources
- Mentoring Video Archive
- Community-Based Mentoring Contact
- Annual Reports