Be a part of CCSD's Reclaim Your Future Project!

Interest and engagement by a caring, responsible adult can positively influence student
achievement. Mentorship has lasting impact and can be an incredibly rewarding experience for
those willing to share an hour a week with a child in need. Here’s how you can help:

  • High School

    Some students lack only a few requirements to graduate and need a trusted advisor to keep them on track.

    High school mentors serve as positive role models that give these students the tools and confidence they need in order to successfully graduate from high school. Get Started

  • Middle School

    Middle school students at risk of dropping out are in need of committed adults who can help guide them in the right direction.

    Mentors at the middle school level empower these students by helping them gain self-esteem and providing them with the tools they need to be successful in and outside of school. Get Started

  • Elementary School

    Research has shown that students in jeopardy of not graduating can be identified as early as third grade.

    Elementary school mentors act as trusted and caring adults for struggling students to help place them on a track of success. Get Started

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