Mentoring

Mentor 2 Youth

  • Website:www.mentor2youth.com
  • Phone: (734) 221-1193
  • Email: mentor2youth@gmail.com
Washtenaw, Mentoring, Youth & Teen
• Provides free mentoring programs for elementary, middle and high school age students.
• The mentoring program focuses on these areas: Life/Soft skills, School-to-Career Planning, Conflict Resolution, Work skills, and Academic Achievement.

Mentor Michigan

  • Website:http://www.michigan.gov/mentormichigan
Mentoring, Statewide

Supports more that 250 mentoring organizations that match caring adults with young people in need of role models

Foster Youth Alumni Services

  • Contact: Sarah Shortt Williams
  • Email: shorttsa@msu.edu
Mentoring, Statewide

Mentoring Program: The mentoring program is available to current or former foster care youth who have a desire to pursue post-secondary education at Michigan State University. The formal relationship between the mentor and mentee should last for no less than a year allowing time for an ongoing relationship to develop the mentee's personal and professional skills. Mentors and mentees form a relationship for a minimum of one year- averaging four hours of time commitment each month. The mentoring relationship consists of face-to-face meetings, in addition to telephone, e-mail, and other social media mediums.

Big Brothers/ Big Sisters

  • Phone: (989) 729-6655

Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of St Johns

  • Phone: (989) 227-5360

Community Counseling and Mentoring Service

  • Phone: (810) 987-2681
Region 6, St. Clair, Mental Health & Counseling, Mentoring, Parenting & Family Support, Support Groups
 Parenting skills classes, Individual therapy, Family therapy, Home-based services, Youth Mentor services, Child of Divorce group, Parenting Time assessment, Life skills program, Independent Living Skills, Anger Management Group and Supervised Visitation

Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of Greater Lansing

  • Phone: (517) 372-0160