Mentees

Mentoring provides an opportunity for [adult] mentors and [student] mentees to connect over common interests and experiences, build a relationship, and support each other in times of need. This solid foundation enables mentors to empower their mentees to be their very best self!

Mentoring matches meet one-on-one, at school, one day per week, for 30-minutes. The program operates September-May, during regular school hours.

Students may be referred to the program as potential mentees by a parent/guardian, school staff, or sometimes as self-referral. Interested students apply to be a mentee in the program. Mentee applications are screened by program staff for fit, and as necessary, mentee students meet with program staff to go over program rules and expectations before a final decision on placement in the program are made.

New Mentee Application

Parent/Guardian, please click on the above link to complete the new mentee application form. Once your application is received, a member of the Mentor Chippewa program staff will be in touch with you regarding the next steps in the process.

School Partner Referral Form

School staff, please click on the above link to complete the school partner referral form to refer a potential mentee student to the Mentor Chippewa program. Once received, staff will review and reach out if there are any questions.

Returning Mentee Students

If your child was previously matched in the Mentor Chippewa program, please watch your email for a message from program staff beginning August 1st and follow the instructions in the email to fill out and submit the annual mentee update form.

If you have more than one child participating in the program, you will receive a separate email with a specific link for each child.  

If your child is no longer interested in being matched in the program, please visit the contact us page on our website to send us a message with the following information:

  • Student’s First & Last Name
  • Reason for not returning (please note that we will close your student’s match with their mentor and offer them the opportunity to say goodbye if they would like to)

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