Become a Mentor Today!
An Anderson School District 2 Mentor can volunteer his/her time to work with almost any age student from Kindergarten through High School. After receiving training at the District Office, mentors will have the opportunity to work one-on-one with the same student for a least ten (10) hours over the course of the school year.
Mentoring provides guidance and support for students who may face life challenges that they cannot handle on their own. Mentoring is a powerful and life altering opportunity for students to learn a variety of personal and professional skills from successful adults in the Belton-Honea Path community.
Mentors can assist with academic assignments, check homework, help with test preparation, work on time management and goal-setting skills, check the student’s assignment list regularly, and tutor the student, go out on small group or large group outings. Mentors also provide an additional caring adult for a student to look up to as a role model, and to be their friend.
ASD2 Mentor Program Overview
ASD2 Mentor Agreement
Parent Consent Form/Mentee Application
20 Ways to be a Good Mentor
ASD2 Volunteer Application