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Call for Youthlinc mentors!

Adult professionals– do YOU too want a life-changing experience?

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.”

To become a mentor fill out an application and get it to our office (in the next week if possible!). Here’s the scoop on Youthlinc mentorship (lots of links to click on for more info):

  • 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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Youthlinc is a Utah-based 501c-3 nonprofit dedicated to creating lifetime humanitarians through local and international service. Learn more about our programs by visiting our website:

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