The overall purpose of the Pueblo Mentoring Collaborative is to build on current resources and address gaps in mentoring by building a community-wide system for communication and engaging, supporting and sustaining quality mentoring for Pueblo youth, young adults and families.
READY TO BECOME A MENTOR?
What is Mentoring?
How does mentoring make a difference?
What are the requirements for becoming a mentor?
- Be at least 18 years old (some programs may require applicant to be at least 21 years old)
- Be committed to for a certain amount of hours of mentoring (programs vary on commitment)
- Commitment and consistency to the mentoring relationship(s)
- Applicants will be screened
- Special requirements may vary by program
Mentoring helps youth, young adults and families succeed in school, work and life. Mentoring relationships that last for more than a year show higher outcomes for youth.
Youth who have had mentors set higher educational goals and are more likely to attend college than youth without mentors.
95% of youth who had a formal mentoring relationship said their mentoring experience was “helpful” and 86% of youth with a mentor said they were interested in becoming a mentor.
The Pueblo Mentoring Collaborative meets on the 3rd Thursday of every month. Please click below for a calendar listing and meeting details. Note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, monthly in-person meetings are temporarily suspended. Meetings will be held virtually. If you are interested in attending, please contact Tanya Simental, PMC Coordinator (719-647-0445).View All Events
Mentoring Program Directory
One of the primary goals of CMP is to provide a program directory that connects local mentoring efforts and share access to programs in the Pueblo area. Feel free to contact these programs on your own for more information.
About the Collaborative
If you are interested in staying up to date with what’s going on with mentoring in Pueblo and Colorado or have a program, join our meetings every 3rd Thursday of the month. Check the Upcoming Events section for meeting details.
Contact Tanya Simental, PMC Coordinator
(719-647-0445) for more information.