mentoring

 

 

statistics

Girls with a mentor are two 

and a half times more

likely to be confident in 

academic performance.

statistics gathered from

Stand-together.org

Considering Mentoring?

Ask any of our mentors about their mentorship and more often than not, they'll sum up it up in one word...fulfilling.  They don't get paid and there are no perks to speak of; they simply mentor out of the goodness of their hearts.  

 

However, they will also most likely tell you that while they are giving back, they are getting back

 

Mentoring is a relationship that is mutually reciprocal.  Although mentors are there to support, encourage, guide, and listen to their Kinskid, they learn and experience friendship from them as well.  

 

Mentoring keeps you young, in tune with youth, and keeps one growing as a learner.  It's not for everybody, but everybody who mentors might disagree.  Those who mentor know that mentoring matters.  It changes lives-one friendship at a time.

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Contact Kinship Youth Mentoring of Princeton if you are considering mentoring. 

 

How do I become a mentor with Kinship Youth Mentoring of Princeton?

1. Schedule an appointment with our Director.

Phone: 763.631.5967

Email: info@kinshipyouthprinceton.org

2. Fill out an application.

3. You will be asked to provide 3 character references, go through a background check, have an in-home interview, and attend a mentor training session.

If you are accepted into the program, you will be matched with a youth with similar interests as you and your mentorship will begin!