Are you an adult interested in becoming a mentor to an outstanding high school senior selected to be a
Campus Bound Scholar?
Mentors offer support and assistance during the summer prior to college departure and throughout college. They stay in touch with their Campus Bound Scholar through in-person meetings, phone calls, emails, and texts. Adults interested in becoming a Campus Bound Scholar mentor should expect to spend 30 – 60 minutes weekly during most of the school year, but may spend a few extra hours during the summer prior to your student’s departure.
To become a Campus Bound Scholar Mentor
you must meet the following criteria:
BE AN ADULT WHO
from an accredited
HAVE AN AVERAGE OF 2-4 HOURS MONTHLY
to dedicate to your student
COMPLETE THE MENTOR
including personal references
and background check
AGREE TO COMPLETE THE MENTOR TRAINING PROGRAM
a half-day training session held each spring at a convenient Westchester location
AGREE TO ATTEND MENTOR MEETINGS
held every 6-8 weeks during the school year
I have loved being a mentor to Michelle throughout her college years. I’m not sure who got more out of the Campus Bound Scholar experience, me or Michelle!