What do Mentors do in Middle Schools?
Middle School groups subdivide by grade level into small groups called families. Each mentor connects with a family of 5-7 girls with whom they build relationship. Using our curriculum, a Mentor uses set lesson plans to facilitate discussions and lead activities with her group. She reads and responds to their journal entries and maintains contact through email each week. Mentors take turns leading devotion for the whole group but personally pour into their family each week. All TruthGirlz Mentors are trained and supported by PRC Staff. Note: At this time, TruthGirlz is only operating in Iredell-Statesville Schools in North Carolina.
Interested in being a TruthGirlz Mentor?
- Love God
- Love People
- Have a vibrant personal relationship with Jesus
- Support the Mission, Vision, Statement of faith, and Core Values of the Pregnancy Resource Center (see our Volunteer Application packet)
- A team player
- A good listener
- Comfortable discussing everything from scripture and current events to sex and suicide with teens
- Able to admit when you don’t have an answer
- Familiar with Middle school kids and culture
- Available from 3:30 to 5:30 on a weekday (Middle Schools)
- Prepared to invest time, energy and prayer into a small group of girls
- Secure enough to establish healthy boundaries while maintaining transparency as a mentor?
- Able to commit 2 hrs a week for 26 weeks
- Willing to attend periodic trainings and workshops to refine the TruthGirlz program and to grow as a leader in the group
If this sounds like you, contact the PRC today for a volunteer application!
Or Click this link > Volunteer Form
Complete online form or download and email to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax (704) 872- 0380 or drop off at our office
STEPS TO SERVING
- Complete and return volunteer application (mention TruthGirlz in your reason for getting involved in General Information Section.)
- We will follow up with you via phone or email once the completed application is received.