The Stanislaus County Employee Volunteer Mentor Program is a partnership to mentor, teach, inspire, and act as role models for at-risk youth in our community. The Program positively impacts the lives of children by engaging County employees and partner agencies who desire to give back to their community. Mentors give one hour of volunteer time each week to engage with a struggling child. It is a team-based approach, consisting of up to two individuals who mentor a student, with the support of Sierra Vista Child & Family Services staff.
This County Employee Volunteer Mentor Program was developed in 1999 to address attendance and dropout issues that many schools throughout Stanislaus County were facing and continue to face. Because of our wonderful employees, committed community partnerships, and a visionary Board of Supervisors, our program is changing lives for the better each day. The program aligns with the Mission of Stanislaus County – We Build Community and Vision of Stanislaus County – Becoming a community of choice, where people live, work, and thrive – a place worthy of calling home.
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