S.T.A.R. Mentor Program
What is the S.T.A.R. Mentor Program?
The Students Taking Action Responsibly (S.T.A.R.) Mentor program is a combination of life-skill education and mentorship. Students attend S.T.A.R. workshops in school or at Brightway and meet their mentor at Brightway once a month. Transportation and lunch are provided. Fun activities are designed to promote positive behaviors and attitudes that help protect young people from many different problem behaviors. As a result, mentees are better prepared to face the inevitable challenges of adolescence. The program also includes field trips to colleges, job sites and more.
Who should participate?
The mentor program is designed to help teenagers with the challenges they are facing today as well as bring a supportive adult mentor into their lives. This program, in one way or another, benefits every teenager out there! This program is open to any student participating in the S.T.A.R. Program in grades 7-12. Space is limited.
How can I become a mentee?
To enroll in the mentor program, fill out the online application below and a Brigtway team member will contact you.
How can I become a mentor?
To become a mentor complete, the application below and a Brightway team member will contact you.
For more information, contact Maria Campbell, mcampbell@BrightwayCenter.org or call 614-893-7150.