What does a mentor do?
A mentor with MentorKids Kentucky is a caring, responsible, Christian adult volunteer who serves as a trusted friend, support, and guide to a vulnerable child in our community for a period of at least one year. He/she comes alongside the child to help them persevere through the trials of life, by building their character and offering them hope for the future.


Mentors are given six areas to focus on while mentoring their mentee:
Academic Excellence | Character Building | Relational Skills | Tobacco Prevention | Spiritual Growth | Life Skills

Steps to become a mentor:

  1. Call the office at (270) 926-6893 to obtain an application
  2. Personal interview
  3. Pass the background and reference checks
  4. Attend the mandatory training session


Expectations of mentors:
Commit to a one year mentoring relationship with a mentee, at least 4 hours monthly

2815 Veach Road
Owensboro, KY 42303

(270) 926-6893
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