Pueblo Mentoring Collaborative (PMC) Portal

    

About the Collaborative

Our vision: The vision of the Pueblo Mentoring Collaborative (PMC) is that every child and adult who has an identifiable need has access to a mentor.

Our mission: The overall purpose of the Pueblo Mentoring Collaborative (PMC) 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.

PMC was established in October of 2013 and is sponsored by House Bill 1451. Additionally, PMC collaborates with MENTOR Colorado, our statewide mentoring support organization. Visit them at www.comentoring.org.

Power Hour Mentor Development Series: The PMC, in partnership with the Pueblo Department of Public Health & Environment and the YWCA of Southern Colorado, presents the 2020-2021 Power Hour Mentor Development Series. These free virtual trainings for mentors are held during the lunch hour. Check out our Events page and calendar for the flyer and registration information.

Mentoring Celebration: On an annual basis, the PMC hosts a mentoring celebration dinner. This free event is open to the public and is an opportunity to come together and focus on the positive impact mentoring is making in our community.

If you are interested in staying up to date with what’s going on with mentoring in Pueblo and Colorado or have a mentoring program, join our meetings every 3rd Thursday of the month. Officially join the PMC by completing the Member & Affiliate Registration at the bottom of this page.

Contact Tanya Simental, PMC Coordinator
(719-647-0445) for more information

Join the Collaborative

PMC is an open resource for the Pueblo community; however, membership has two levels of commitment:

  • MEMBERS:
    • Individuals representing an agency with an existing mentoring program.
  • AFFILIATES:
    • Individuals who represent an agency or organization and do not have an existing mentoring program but are in the process of developing and starting a mentoring program.
    • Individuals who are not developing a mentoring program but embrace the mission and vision of the PMC.