We offer mentors the chance to share their knowledge and experience with the kids who need it the most in our community. Experience in any of the arts are welcome, even as a hobbyist. We can also help you teach simple Arts and Crafts workshops that don’t require any specific talents. For those volunteers without an artistic expertise, you can become a Life Skills Mentor, teaching financial literacy, college opportunities and job interview techniques to a group of youth. Most of our partner agencies require mentors who work with the children to be at least 21-years-old.