Northshore Community Schools of Northshore School District
UWB mentors are welcomed partners of Northshore Community Schools. Whether you are joining the partnership as a Community Based Learning student or as a student-life volunteer, your involvement with Northshore Community Schools enriches the community and promotes lifelong learning for you, youth and their families. In addition to the help available to you at your college campus, support from a variety of professionals within the school and community are ready to assist you in your role.
Volunteer opportunities within Northshore Community Schools include mentoring junior high and high school youth. As a mentor, you will provide positive support and a constructive example. College mentors become good listeners, care about and develop skills in positive youth development, and assist young people to bring out strengths that already exist but may not be practiced
Classroom Mentors support the learning environment in classroom settings to improve students’ confidence to independently complete classwork. Mentors may identify strengths and barriers youth bring to the academic setting, assist youth with problem solving and developing positive communication skills and/or coping behaviors. Teachers and mentors will work together to support students’ academic skills and confidence. Classroom mentors do not necessarily need to be subject experts. Classroom mentors have an interest in helping youth discover success.
Hours and Location: (dependent on students’ needs) Wednesdays is early release for all NSD schools *
1. Northshore Junior High has block scheduling, M/T/Th/F = 3 classes a day, 107 min each.
2. Kenmore Junior High, 6 period day, each class is about 55 minutes
3. Skyview Junior High, 6 period day, each class is about 55 minutes
4. Elementary and high school placements can be considered
* Bell schedules and school information are available on-line in the “schools tab” at www.nsd.org
Classroom Mentors will:
College and community mentors support the learning environment in classroom and small group settings during and after-school. Teachers and mentors work together to improve students’ academic skills, sense of belonging, and confidence.
College Mentors will support the junior high and high school youth by:
Northshore School District Community Schools
Kenmore Jr, Skyview Jr, Northshore Jr and Inglemoor High
School addresses can be found at www.nsd.org - Click on the "schools" tab
Determine your transportation options given the school locations.
Directions to CBL Sites: To access the school’s Web Pages, go to www.nsd.org, click on the “schools” tab
Must be 18 years old
Background check required
Other paperwork: Before you start, you must complete the volunteer forms at www.nsd.org/volunteering. Required forms: Volunteer application, Disclosure statement and WATCH.
September 29, 2013
Eastside Foursquare Church
14520 100th Ave NE, Bothell, WA 98011, Washington
Indicate the time you are available and class subjects that interest you and school: Kenmore JH. Northshore JH, Skyview JH or Inglemoor High School. First Orientation is being offered Sunday, Sept 29 at 11:30am at Eastside Foursquare Church in Bothell
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