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:

You Must:

BE AN ADULT WHO
HAS GRADUATED

from an accredited
4-year college

HAVE AN AVERAGE OF 2-4 HOURS MONTHLY

 to dedicate to your student

COMPLETE THE MENTOR
APPLICATION

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! 

Laura Jaffe, Mentor

Interested in applying?

Please fill out this application online or print it and mail to: 

 

Campus Bound Scholars,

292 Katonah Avenue, Suite 297

Katonah, NY 10536

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