Pathfinder PEER Mentoring Program

INSPRING AGENTS OF  CHANGE

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POSITIVE ROLE MODELS FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

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Established in 2022 to educate and connect youth embarking on their college endeavors. The peer-to-peer mentoring program provides youth the opportunity to share their narratives and engage with one another. Our Peer Leader Mentors lead the way to inspire, activate, motivate and help develop a new generation of caring , and resilient voices.

General Criteria

Volunteers should demonstrate a passion to empower change, help underserved youth, and assist the diverse set of communities found within South Los Angeles. Applicants must demonstrate a willingness to learn, collaborate, and participate in professional development trainings in addition to team-building extracurricular activities. Volunteers are expected to maintain clear communication with each other and board members to allow for timely scheduling of events, due dates. 

Eligibility

  • Become part of Pathfinder Alumni Youth Council Volunteer Program.

  • Alumni or Student of John C. Fremont High School.

  • Attend monthly meetings via zoom.

  • Attend Training for peer mentoring.

Candidate Eligibility for Pathfinder Alumni Youth Lead Mentors

  • Be a Pathfinder Alumni from John C. Fremont High School attending college and or first-time generation college students.

  • Become a Member of the Pathfinder Alumni Youth Council.

  • Participate in training.

  • Attend monthly Youth Council Meetings via zoom.

  • Fill out an application to become a Lead Mentor.

 

Candidate Eligibility for Pathfinder Alumni Youth Mentees and Seniors from John C. Fremont High School.

  • Be a Pathfinder Alumni from John C. Fremont High School attending college and or first-time generation college student.

  • Attend monthly Youth Council Meetings via zoom.

  • College students are required to become part of the Pathfinder Alumni Youth Council.

  • Fill out an Application for the Pathfinder Alumni Youth Council.

 

High School Seniors

  • Be a High school Senior with a GPA of 2.0 or greater.

  • Fill out an application for High School Seniors for Peer Mentor Program.

Program Requirements

Adherence to all programs, Pathfinder Alumni Youth council, Peer Mentoring, and Fremont High School Alumni Foundation policies and procedures.

How to Appy?

Emails us at FremontFoundation@gmail.com

 

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Pathfinder PEER Mentoring Program

INSPRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF LEADERS

AGENTS OF CHANGE

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"Mentoring is an opportunity to instill not only knowledge, but hope for the future."

Neyda Yaneth, Founder