Mentor in a Local School

Pair up with a child at one of our partner schools

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Make a difference in the life of a student.

. . . and maybe yours as well.

As part of North Point Community Church's efforts to help at-risk children, you have a chance to mentor a student at one of our North Fulton partner schools.

How do I start mentoring?

Submit your information to mentor next school year.

Get Started

Learn more about Intersect Mentoring
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Why mentor?

A caring adult makes a difference in a child's life. Mentoring builds self-esteem, improves academic performance, positively influences attitudes, models citizenship, and expands horizons. You can make this kind of a difference in a child's life! And you might be surprised by the impact this relationship has on you!

The Commitment

Mentors commit to at least one one-hour visit a month from September through May. Once approved (i.e., once application, background check, and training are complete), each mentor is paired with an elementary student, and a set time for visits during the school day is established.

To guide the mentor-student time, mentors are equipped with a monthly curriculum guide that covers a virtue and offers games and activities. Sometimes mentors help their students with schoolwork.

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All mentors must attend a training session and complete our background check before being paired with a student. Trainings typically occur during the month of August.