Studies show that successful mentoring programs help students develop social skills, improve their school achievement and graduation rates, build character, and many other benefits. Now in its ninth year, GCPS has served young men with its Community-Based Mentoring Program. Starting in January, the district will expand the program to serve female students as well. The district is seeking both male and female mentors for the coming year. Prospective mentors can learn more about how to become a mentor and find an application online.
Check out this video about Mentoring the Promise from GCPS TV.