Become a Mentor

Make their tomorrow better by being there for them today. Help P4K cultivate Omaha’s future workforce.

We are Omaha’s only college-bound, in-school, curriculum-based mentoring program cultivating Omaha’s future workforce. We are also the only program supporting students from pre-k to and through college. We have students of all ages who need a mentor. Get involved and positively impact their future.

Mentoring Opportunities

Book Buddies—Pre-K through Third grade
Goal Buddies—Fourth through Fifth/Sixth grade
Group Mentoring—Middle and High School

Book Buddies

Reading is the basis of success. That’s why it is important to expose children to reading at an early age.

Book Buddies read to our pre-k through third-grade students. Twice a month, Book Buddies read a new book to their classroom of students, adding that book to each child’s home library.

  • Program Commitment: 1+ year
  • Time Commitment: One hour, twice a month, September – June school year
  • Schools: Field Club Elementary, Fontenelle Elementary, Franklin Elementary, Gifford Park Elementary, Minne Lusa Elementary, and  Sherman Elementary.

APPLY TO BE A BOOK BUDDY.

Goal Buddies

In fourth through fifth/sixth grades, Goal Buddies cultivate student accomplishments in reading and life skills through goal setting: a powerful thinking process that turns ideas into realities, dreams into bright futures.

Twice a month, Goal Buddies meet with three-four students, from two classrooms, in a small group setting to review goals.

  • Program Commitment: 1+ year
  • Time Commitment: One hour, twice a month, September – June school year
  • Schools: Field Club Elementary, Fontenelle Elementary, Franklin Elementary, Gifford Park Elementary, Minne Lusa Elementary, and  Sherman Elementary.

APPLY TO BE A GOAL BUDDY

Group Mentoring

In middle school through tenth grade, students receive a true group mentoring experience. One mentor is matched with a group of four students.

Two times a month, Group Mentors meet with their mentees in the classroom and together they pursue program curriculum, career exploration, and post-secondary planning. Additional group outings deepen the mentor/mentee relationship.

  • Program Commitment: 1+ year
  • Time Commitment: One and a half hour, three times a month, September – June school year
  • Schools
    • Middle Schools: Lewis & Clark, McMillan, Marrs, Norris, and Monroe
    • High Schools: Benson, Central, North, Northwest, and South High School

READ MORE ABOUT GROUP MENTORS APPLY TO BE A GROUP MENTOR

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