Academic Mentoring is a program activity of HandsOn Kansas State focused on the academic success of youth in the Greater Manhattan community. K-State students eligible for Federal Work-Study are placed in school and community-based classrooms/programs that promote and support teachers, staff, volunteers, and parents to promote and support academic skills, family literacy, and positive youth development. Academic Mentors contribute 10 hours a week for a minimum of 25 weeks at 17 local schools and community organizations, serving over 2,000 children a year.
Currently Hiring New Mentors
Academic Mentoring is currently seeking individuals dedicated to helping children in the Manhattan community. Send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org