Mentoring Programs in Greater Greensboro

Looking for a mentoring program for your child or want to become a mentor? Check out programs available below. This listing is offered as a convenience; it is not all encompassing and does not imply endorsement of the programs included.

In establishing a provider network, the “Mentoring Matters Hub for Excellence”, the members are committed to following evidence based practices and are striving to meet high quality benchmark standards outlined in the National Mentoring Partnership’s “Elements of Effective Practices for Mentoring”.

Program NameProgram DescriptionWho is ServedAge
1-2-1 Mentoring, Inc.Mentors and mentees meet weekly to boost self-esteem through fun activities together and helping mentees discover their individual purposeBoys/Girls5-17
African American Male Initiative (AAMI)To improve the emotional and social well-being of African-American and other boys at Wiley, Jackson and Smith using mentoring as a powerful and personal tool to enhance the lives of youthBoys7-14
B12Develop Godly masculine character in young males through a guided process of instruction, development and graduated levels of achievement leading to a demonstrated understanding and acceptance of their role as young menBoys6-14
Bald Beautified TooThis is a group mentor organization for girls. Mentees will receive tools and techniques to improve self thought further belief in their capabilities and self esteem. Girls5-18
Against All Odds, Break the Chain FoundationAims to decrease gang involvement and delinquent behaviorsBoys6-18
Beauty Within, Inc.Free mentoring program with the mission to uplift and inspire girls in the community by building confidence, leadership, and sisterhoodGirls5-18
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central PiedmontProvide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the betterBoys/Girls6-13
Brothers Excelling with Self-sufficiency to Thrive (BEST)BEST's vision and goal is to become a catalyst for change, using formal mentoring, that mobilizes young men to initiate a chain reaction within their families and communities that enables each one who is touched to "infect" another with positive energy that strengthens, builds and stabilizes individuals, families, communities, and ultimately societyBoys14-24
Brothers Organized To Serve Others, Inc. (BOTSO)Dedicated to empowering male youth by exposing them to intensive programs of mentoring, academic advising, character building education, arts and cultureBoys6-18
Build Something Mentor ProgramMentors also provide guidance on education and career goals, money management, career development, eitquette, leadership development, and strong family values.Boys/Girls9-18
Changing FacesServes youth that have been involved in the Juvenile Justice Court System and have other risk factors preventing them in reaching their full potentialBoys/Girls10-17
Crossroads: Pathways to Success, Inc.Develop young adults into productive leaders of our community through academic, self development and empowerment tools to create college ready studentsBoys13-18
Empowered Girls of North CarolinaFoster a commitment to young girls that will promote pro-social friendships, interpersonal skills, academics and leadership skillsGirls6-18
FIRST LEGO League Jr.School-based program at Cone Elementary, that exposes children to the fun and excitement of engineering and computer scienceBoys/Girls7-8
FIRST Robotics CompetitionTo inspire the next generation of engineers, computer scientists and STEM leaders. eams work together to create a business plan, build a robot and participate in outreach events to spread the message that STEM is fun.Boys/Girls14-18
Foster Grandparents ProgramMatches senior adults age 55 and over with children and youth. The seniors serve as role models and mentors for children in childcare centers, elementary schools and after-school programsBoys/Girls
Girl Scouts, Peaks to PiedmontGirl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better placeGirls 5-18
Groove Leadership Academy (GLA)Inspire's young males to develop high academic standards, discipline, high self-esteem, leadership qualities and valuable community service experience that will help shape the rest of their livesBoys14-18
Guilford Park GuysThe program is for male in 8th to 12th grade that live at Partnership Village or Pathways Center or neighborhood close by. PV is transitional housing and Pathways is emergency shelter for homeless families . We gather at Guilford Park Church on Thursday evenings for prayer, basketball, sharing, meals and other activities such as going on outingsBoys13-18
I Am A QueenA year-round program dedicated to the growth and development of girls through self-esteem and leadership workshops.Girls10-18
IMPACTImpact is a program that places a strong emphasis on renewing the mind through a structured program of individual and group mentoring activities. Impact provides a strong support system for youth and their familiesBoys/Girls9-18
IMAGINE (Image Improvements in our Neighborhoods)All Guilford County Students needing community service and service-learning hours. High school students work collaboratively with University students to serve families, Veterans, homeless and other youth in socially or environmentally disadvantaged areas of Guilford County.Boys/Girls13-17
Operation XCELProvides early prevention and intervention through mentoring in middle schoolBoys/Girls11-13
SHIELD Mentor ProgramFull range mentoring programs and services, providing the skills for success in leadership developmentBoys/Girls9-18
Success 101 Mentors, Grimsley High SchoolSuccess 101 students work to recover previously failed courses, and also maintain passing grades for their current academic courses.Boys/Girls14-18
Successfully Over the Odds (SOTO)Provides resources and tolls to enhance skills, abilities and knowledge to be an effective leaderBoys/Girls11-17
Teen Parent Mentor ProgramHelps teen mothers succeed in school, postpone subsequent births to beyond adolescence, and deliver and raise healthy, school-ready childrenBoys/Girls13-19
YMCA AchieversPromotes and encourages youth to further their education at post-secondary colleges and technical schoolsBoys/Girls13-18
Leadership LINKSPromotes leadership education and exposure to various career fields through a group mentoringGirls6-9th graders
Leaders of the New School, Inc.Provide guidance to African American males who experience academic and behavior challenges; promote leadership, academic achievement, community service and good behavior Boys5-17
Elimu Empowerment ServicesPromotes academic success to high school students who are refugees, African American and students from other ethnic groupsBoys/Girls