The Utah County Children's Justice Center is looking for some great community volunteers who can spend one hour a week, for a six month period, as a mentor to a child who has been a victim of abuse.
A mentor's role is to be a friend, positive influence, and a reliable/consistent presence in the life of a child.
If you, or someone you know, are: at least 18, willing to attend a 34-hour training session, able to pass a background check, own or have access to a vehicle, and are able to make a six month commitment to work with a child - then we'd love to have you volunteer!
We are especially looking for male mentors and Spanish-speaking mentors.
Fall Mentor Training will be held on the following dates (must be able to attend all six sessions):
Monday, September 11 (5-9 pm)
Wednesday, September 13 (5-9 pm)
Saturday, September 16 (8 am-5 pm with lunch provided)
Monday, September 18 (5-9 pm)
Wednesday, September 20 (5-9 pm)
Saturday, September 23 (8 am-5 pm with lunch provided)
If you are interested in being a part of our Fall Mentor Training, please email the Victim Assistance Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone 801-851-8504. If you are interested, but unable to participate this time, let us know and we'll keep you informed about upcoming training sessions. Please feel free to share this wonderful opportunity with others.
Spend one hour a week having fun, while changing the world for a child!