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I’m pleased to announce that LifeSmart Education & Bridgescape Schools is launching a youth mentoring program. In my life, I’ve experienced first-hand the impact that encouraging, listening and role modeling can have on a child’s life. Mentoring programs give us each a chance to contribute to the youth in our communities. Many of you may already participate in mentoring activities, whereas others (like me) are ready to take this next step through the LifeBridge Mentoring Program. I hope you will join me.

 What does a mentor do?

A mentor provides support to a young person who can benefit from the guidance, friendship and life experience of the mentor. Mentoring allows the individuals involved to share experiences and learn from them while building a supportive relationship over time. In the LifeBridge Mentoring Program, our focus will be on youth at the Bridgescape schools - whose lives can be enriched through the guidance of an older, more experienced person.

How does mentoring help?

In addition to making children more confident in their schoolwork and more trusting of their parents or guardians, mentoring makes students

52% less likely to skip school;
46% less likely to begin using illegal drugs;
37% less likely to skip a class;
27% less likely to begin using alcohol; and
33% less likely to hit someone.

Who can participate?

This opportunity is available to all community leaders and business professionals.

 How do I participate?

The first step is to fill out a brief mentor application. Click Here to complete the Mentor Application or by phoning us 614-962-5257 to request an application be mailed to you.

The application process includes a background check, followed by training sessions. Following training, each participant is potentially matched with a student. LifeSmart Education will provide ongoing programs to support you in this important role and — most important — the hour per week to participate. Please visit our website to read more about the role and duties of mentoring. We hope to see your application soon.


Become a Mentor