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Things to ask yourself when deciding what kind of mentor am I?

•What time commitment can I make?

•What age of youth would I like to work with?

•Would I like to work with one child or with a group of children?

•Would I like to team with other adults to mentor a child or a group of children?

•What types of activities interest me? Do I want to help a youth learn a specific skill, pursue an interest, help with schoolwork or just be a caring adult friend?

•What mentoring location would I prefer?

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What makes a good mentor?

•A sincere desire to be involved with a young person

•Respect for young people

•Active listening skills

•Empathy

•Flexibility

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What exactly does a mentor do?

When you become a mentor, you have the opportunity to actively participate in one of the most impactful things in the life of a young person:  A relationship. 

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Is there training required to be involved?

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What if I can't physically serve or volunteer but still want to be a part of the team?

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Can I mentor kids outside the JDC?

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