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Note: All mentoring programs are screened by the Pueblo Mentoring Collaborative (PMC) Steering Committee prior to listing. The PMC makes no guarantee of the program scope of services, policies, or procedures. Directory listings should serve as a starting point for exploring mentoring program options, and the PMC strongly recommends you perform independent research to determine which mentoring program best suits your needs.


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PROGRAM DIRECTORY REGISTRATION : Entry # 5
Mentoring Program
Be Great: Graduate!
Organization
Boys & Girls Clubs of Pueblo County
Contact Name
Becky Medina
Address
625 W. Corona
Pueblo, Colorado 81008
United States
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Email
beckym@bgcpueblo.org
Phone
(719) 564-0055
Website
bgcpckids.org
Program Information
Program Information
bgcpckids.org
Location of Mentoring
  • Site Based
Mentoring Type
  • Group (1 adult/ up to 4 youth)
Ages Served
  • 5-9 year olds
  • 10-13 year olds
  • 14-17 year olds
Hours of Commitment
  • 1-3 hrs/wk
Program Focus
  • Academic
  • Career Preparation
Our program institutes a comprehensive mentor screening methodology grounded in the standards established by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership that includes:
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Please describe your program and explain why it is considered a mentoring program, as defined below in the TERMS section.
The goal of BE GREAT: Graduate is to help young people most vulnerable to dropping out of school develop the academic, behavioral and social skills needed to be successful in school and beyond. While the program is for youth ages 6-18 who demonstrate warning signs that put them at risk of dropping out of school, there is a targeted focus on middle school youth, as research indicates reliable correlation of warning signs by this age.

These programs do not accept solicitations. They are listed here for those looking for mentoring program information only. 


How to Choose a Quality Youth Mentoring Program

Our Program Directory is a great place to start when looking for a quality mentoring program. Here are some questions you can ask a program, based on a framework of six core standards of practice instituted by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership:

STANDARD #1: Recruitment

  • Who are the mentors?
  • What are the eligibility requirements?

STANDARD #2: Screening

  • Does the program require mentor candidate background checks, including searching a national criminal records database, along with sex offender and child abuse registries and, when relevant, driving records?
  • Does the program conduct personal interviews with each mentor candidate?
  • Does the program check mentor candidate references?

STANDARD #3: Training

  • Do mentors receive training prior to being matched with a youth?

STANDARD #4: Matching

  • What factors are taken into consideration when matching mentors and mentees?

STANDARD #5: Monitoring and Support

  • Does the program contact mentors, mentees, and parents/guardians on a regular basis to monitor the relationship?

For further information and more resources, visit www.mentoring.org. View a detailed list of core standards