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Mentorship Workgroup 

Many of the experiences and learning opportunities that shape a child’s life occur outside of the classroom in our communities. Science tells us that children develop the individual capabilities they need to overcome challenges through growth-promoting experiences and connections with caring and competent adults. 

Children and youth need a community of caring adults to help them recognize their potential, identify their excellence, and envision their future.
Through the CLA and Mentoring workgroup, we work with formal and informal mentors, teachers, and other caring adults to build their skills and
capacity so they can help children recognize their potential and identify their excellence. 

Kitsap County Mentor Program Directory

Submit this form if you'd like to see your mentor program included?