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Kenmore-Garfield Student Advocates
Akron Promise continues to recruit mentors for our students, but this program isn’t currently active. It has been left here for reference. If interested in Mentoring, please express your interest at the above link.
Akron Promise has created the Kenmore-Garfield High School Student Advocate program to assist students in their transition to life after high school
This program has been developed to help students identify and achieve their post high school objectives. The role of the mentor is to help the student articulate their post high school objectives and find and achieve stepping stones to achieve them.
All Akron Promise mentors are trained and have background clearances through iC.A.R.E Mentoring, the Akron Public Schools platform for mentoring.
Mentors will meet with students in and out of school once or twice a month as well as remain in contact via e-mail or text as students take steps toward their goals with the guidance of their mentor. Do you have one or two hours a month to work with these students? Please contact me at TGhinder@gmail.com and let’s work together to change the lives of students in at Kenmore-Garfield High School! More information can be found here.
Founder, Akron Promise, Inc.
Lean More about Promise Programs and Free College Programs
- If ‘Free College’ Sounds Too Good To Be True, That’s Because It Often Is – From NPR, September 12, 2018
- Campaign for Free College Tuition Briefing Book for State Leaders – October, 2018
- Campaign for Free College Tuition Policy Resource Center