Do you have a Learning Disability or ADHD?

Consider becoming an Eye to Eye Mentor today

If you are currently a high school or college student with a learning disability (LD) or ADHD, you could be the difference in the life of a younger student who also has an LD/ADHD.

What is Eye to Eye?

Eye to Eye is a national mentoring program that pairs college and high school students with learning disabilities and/or ADHD with similarly-labeled middle school students.

How it works:

Each week, Mentors work with their mentee on projects designed to help the younger students embrace their learning differences and develop social-emotional skills that promote their academic and personal success, such as confidence, self-advocacy skills, and perseverance.

As a Mentor, you will help to empower the students in your art room by creating a supportive community of mentors and peers who have shared experiences with learning differences in the classroom.

For more information visit or check out the Eye to Eye Mentoring Program Flyer

Mentoring Site Location / Day and Time of Art Room:

Synergy Kinetic – Mondays 3-4PM
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Larchmont Charter – Tuesdays 4-5PM
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