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.
Mentoring Site Location / Day and Time of Art Room:
Synergy Kinetic – Mondays 3-4PM
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Larchmont Charter – Tuesdays 4-5PM
For more information email: email@example.com