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We believe in the Power of One...

We believe in the Power of One...

One caring adult can change a child's life;

One hour a week can make a difference in a young person's future; and

One-on-One support can help a student on his or her path to becoming a successful and responsible young adult. 

 

African American Boys Priority

The Community-Based Mentoring Program African-American Priority was recognized and received a proclamation from the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners. Students, mentors, and staff pose for a picture with Chairman Charlotte Nash and Commissioner Ben Ku. Learn more about the Community-Based Mentoring Program for African American Boys

African American Girls Priority

The African-American Girls program launched in 2018. The program provides mentoring services to identified African-American girls in middle school, to enhance their social and academic development, resulting in our students becoming successful and responsible young ladies. Learn more about the Community-Based Mentoring Program for African American Girls

 

Hispanic Boys & Girls Priority

The Community-Based Mentoring Program: Hispanic Priority is dedicated to supporting our community’s biggest investment...our children. We look forward to the collaboration and support of our wonderful community in order to ensure the success of each of our students. Learn more about the Community-Based Mentoring Program for Hispanic Priority

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Community-Based Mentoring


In GCPS, we believe in the Power of One… one caring adult mentor can change a child’s life. 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, lasting connection.

The Community-Based Mentoring program pairs caring adults with male and female students in grades 4 through 12 to provide guidance, encouragement, and support to help them become successful young adults, both in and out of school.

To learn more about how you can positively impact a student’s life, please click on the links below to learn more about the Community-Based Mentoring Program for African American Boys, the Community-Based Mentoring Program for African American Girls, and the Community-Based Mentoring Program for Hispanic students.

                                                                            Mentor Training Session


Featured Event


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11th Annual Golf Tournament

The 11th Annual Golf Tournament is postponed

Please support the Community-Based Mentoring Program's work with a designated donation!

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