Become an Eye to Eye Chapter Leader

Katherine Goar (major: Art History) and Sidney Hopson (major: Music Performance, Percussion) in Alumni Park

About Us: We are a national mentoring program that pairs college and high school students with learning
disabilities (LD) and/or ADHD with similarly-labeled middle school students. Weekly, mentors work with their mentees on art projects designed to help the younger students embrace their learning differences and develop social-emotional skills that promote their academic and personal success.

Requirements: Must be at least 16 years of age and have a diagnosed learning disability and/or ADHD


  1. Leadership Opportunities
  2. Resume Builder
  3. All expense paid trip to Providence, RI
  4. Experience working with students


  • Attending art room each week
  • Recruiting mentors
  • Directing all aspects of art room (set/clean up, behavior management, leading the art project, etc.)
  • Speaking with a National Program Coordinator about chapter activities each week
  • Organizing activities to spread LD/ADHD awareness on campus
  • Attending the Eye to Eye Young Leaders Organizing Institute at Brown University from August 5th-9th


For more information, please check out the Chapter Leader Recruitment Flyer