Be The One Community Mentoring Program Hosting Open House on Monday, November 25

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The Be The One program will host an Open House on Monday, November 25 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm in the Ferndale High School Cafeteria. 

Be The One matches one committed adult mentor with one Ferndale High School student for an hour a week. Adult mentors are invited and supported in walking beside their student mentees in an affirming relationship.
 

 

Be The One Open House
Monday, November 25 
Ferndale High School Cafeteria 
5:30-7:30 pm

Learn more about the Be The One program including mentoring opportunities, supporting the program and receiving the Be The One Newsletter

Open House Schedule
5:30 - 6:15 Hot Dog Dinner
6:15 - 7:15 Presentation
7:15 - 7:30 Q&A

Be The One Open House Invitation

Working Together Because We Care – Program Details

Partners for Schools- Local Non-profit Organization

  • Partners communities with schools to support student success
  • Fosters student success through Be the One Mentoring relationships

Local Leadership

  • Our Kids Our Schools Our Towns
  • BTO programs are initiated and supported by BTO Community Builder Teams

Local Funding

  • $62,000 = Annual full-time program budget per school
  • Community donations fund the school Mentor Coordinator salary and all program costs
  • 124 donations of $42/mo. OR $500/yr. from individuals, businesses & civic groups

Local Mentors Volunteer

  • One Student One Adult One Hour
  • Weekly on campus

School Mentor Coordinators

  • School district employees
  • Salaries funded through BTO Community Donations
  • Screen, equip and train mentors
  • Match mentors with interested students
  • Facilitate weekly mentor meetings
  • Support mentors and students in developing relationships
  • Provide resources and answer questions
  • Maintain National Best Practices for Mentoring Programs

Lives Transformed
“My mentor has changed my life completely. Before I always felt like I was the one behind, in the back, forgotten, and not important. She has given me more confidence. Now I’m positive, more outgoing, and not afraid to fail. Now I speak up, I’m in the spotlight, I’m involved. She let me know there are people who care and want to help. She was the person for me who changed everything.”

OUR FUTURE depends on OUR INVESTMENT in OUR YOUTH TODAY

See more stories at BeTheOneToday.org