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One-To-One Mentoring

Personalized Mentoring:

One-To-One Mentoring Youth are matched with a long-term mentor to provide guidance and direction to assist them in preparing for graduation and the future. Mentors work with youth in one or more of the four areas: Life Skills, Employment Readiness Skills, Community Involvement, and Healthy Relationships. Annually we host an Awards Picnic to celebrate the accomplishments of both mentors and mentees.

Mentors and mentees meet at least 4 hours per month and have weekly contact. This program is free of charge to participants. The NextGen Mentoring staff provides personal, ongoing support to participants resources) to help each match thrive and succeed.

Shelley and Madajah - a Mentor and a Mentee
Shelley & Madajah

Join One-To-One Mentoring (Youth):

  • Be 10-21 years of age
  • Must live in Uinta County
  • Have a disability or be at-risk
  • Complete a youth application and interview
  • Contact mentor on a weekly basis
David & Julian - a Mentor and a Mentee
David & Julian
Teach Inspire Motivate & Empower. These words encircle a pair of illustrated hands.

Become A Mentor:

  • Be 21 years old or older
  • Submit to a background check
  • Commit to 4 – 6 hours per month
  • Have weekly contact with youth
  • Complete Mentor Training

2021 Award Winners

Mentor of the Year

David Russell & his mentee
David Russell

Mentee of the Year

Julian Delgadillo and his mentor
Julian Delgadillo

Match of the Year

Shelley Piipanrien & Madajah Ries
Shelley Piipanrien & Madajah Ries