Being a mentor is a highly rewarding endeavor. It’s a chance to provide guidance and serve as a positive role model for one of our youth, aged 16 to 20, who is making the journey to self-sufficiency and independence. Covenant House Alaska’s Mentorship program is in need of qualified volunteers to fill these important roles.
We make an effort to match each of the residents in our Transitional Living programs with an adult mentor. You’ll work one-on-one with your youth to help develop the skills they need to live independently. Just as important, mentors provide our youth with a much-needed connection with a caring, reliable adult.
As a mentor, you would make a commitment to:
To be a mentor at Covenant House Alaska, you must: