MILK’s Community Partners:
Big Brothers Big Sisters
This program matches youth facing adversity with mentors in a one-to-one mentoring relationship. Bigs help inspire greater self-confidence, better academic performance, and dreams for the future that will change their life for the better, forever.
Bigs must be older than 18 years old and dedicate at least 1 hour per week, but times are flexible.
You can sign up for an information session here: https://bbbs.tfaforms.net/4840755
Center for Supportive Communities
CSC works with elementary, middle, and high school students participating in our SupportED program. SupportED is a community-based diversion program for truant children and youth in Douglas County. Mentors work alongside families and schools in a collaborative effort to divert children from court involvement. We strive to ensure all Douglas County children and youth receive effective care and quality education.
The application process includes a form using this link, and an interview.
More information can be found here:
Mentor Position Description (1).pdf
file:///Users/anyaasjad/Downloads/Center for Supportive Communities_Case for Support.pdf
The Boys and Girls Club
The BGC operates a mentorship program that works with students of all ages. Volunteers do a wide variety of activities with the kids, including reading with them and playing games.
Please click here to find all of the available volunteer needs provided through MILK!
Regular volunteering schedule (same time every week)
2:00-6:00 PM Monday – Friday.
If you have any questions, please email the MILK coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Program Coordinators: Anya Asjad, Rashmika Kondapalli, and Kruti Nataraj