One–on–One Mentoring Program
The One–on–One program matches an adult mentor from the community with a child between the ages of 5–18 for a period of at least one year. Mentors commit to meeting with their mentee for 2–4 hours each week and assist with academics, social skills, life skills, and often plan fun activities together such as bowling, attending local events, visiting museums, and watching sporting events.
A Program of the Tehama County Department of Education Student Support Services Department
Larry P. Champion, County Superintendent
Research Suggests that children who have mentors are more successful at: