“Mentors and mentees are celebrating the holiday season! One of our mentors is a graduate from WWU’s art program and is working towards her teaching certificate. She created stickers that reflect the time her and her mentee spend together every week and gave them as a holiday gift. How are you celebrating the holiday season with friends and family?”
At Be The One, we understand the many unique challenges our youth face today. Through mentorship, students are connected with an adult that matches their interests and personality. For one hour a week students meet with their mentor at school in a safe and positive environment. Be The One removes the financial burden of the program from the school by raising community support to fund a full time Mentor Coordinator position who is an employee of the school. Be The One also helps by attracting mentors and training them to effectively connect with students.