We are in need of dynamic and quality mentors to help guide young people as they become lifetime humanitarians.
Being a mentor on a Youthlinc team is an unforgettable way to give back to our global community, make an impact in the lives of our youth, and go on a fantastic adventure. As one mentor put it, “You GIVE a year to service…You GAIN lifelong attributes and memories that will change your life.”
- Mentors participate on a team (Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Peru, Guatemala or Kenya), and assist student participants as they assume leadership roles, learning that they can make a difference, and embarking on a life-time of humanitarian service.
- Each team is split into various committees: community health, cultural exchange, education, vocational training and microenterprise. Mentors oversee one of these committees, meeting with their team for 2-3 hours each month until the international trip (June or July of 2013).
- Mentors serve as examples to our youth, and should be familiar with the Youthlinc mission, and our expectations for mentors.
- All mentors and student participants attend the Youthlinc General Orientation, Saturday November 10th at the University of Utah OSH building.
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