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Family Mentor

Start date: Ongoing
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Family mentors work one-on-one with a refugee family or individual to ease their transition in their new community. Mentors will focus on a refugee’s English acquisition, socialization of American culture, and integration into the local community. Based on each client’s needs and relationship, mentors and mentees can cook together, schedule medical appointments, visit local attractions, parks, farmer’s markets, the library and museums. 


Off-site in the Denver Metro area (exact location disclosed to volunteer).

Time Commitment: 

This position requires a minimum commitment of six months with 2-4 hours per week. 

Skills & Qualifications: 

The Family Mentor volunteer must have a strong desire to work with diverse populations and demonstrate patience with English language learners. Mentors should be willing to help teach clients to utilize public transportation, access different community resources and facilitate other activities geared towards achieving self-sufficiency.

Interested in learning more? 

Complete this form to let us know of your interest in this position.

We will reach out to you when we have openings and will send you a link to our online application at that time.