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    Organizations that are actively seeking individuals who are willing, on a voluntary basis without remuneration, to provide companionship and guidance and/or serve as role models for individuals who are disadvantaged because of age, income, physical or developmental disabilities or family environment. Some programs may be looking specifically for male or female adult volunteers to serve as mentors for young men or women from families in which adult figures of the same gender are absent or only available on a limited and inadequate basis or who are troubled and at risk for delinquency; or for people who are willing to serve as peer role models. Also included are volunteer opportunities for career mentors, i.e., professionals who are willing to be paired with people who have an interest in their occupation/job.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Mentoring ServicesThis program is a community-based prevention/diversion program that recruits, screens, trains and supports community members who are matched with identified at-risk youth for at least one year. Through these matches, volunteers and participating youth make a significant commitment of time and energy to develop relationships devoted to personal, academic or career development, and social, athletic or artistis growth. Comprehensive services are also provided to the families. The mentoring program will accept donations of gift certificates to sporting events, concerts, and other events of interest to kids.SaratogaMENTORING PROGRAMCATHOLIC CHARITIES OF SARATOGA, WARREN AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES
    Support ServicesCapital Region Sponsor-A-Scholar recruits students motivated to achieve academically who could use additional support and direction to meet their goals. Many students are the first in their families to attend college. Sponsor-A-Scholar currently enrolls ten students per class in each of the three public city high schools. Students participate in the program from tenth grade through college graduation. Tutors at homework sessions are classroom teachers from each major subject area, or graduate students studying in the field of Education. At each session, a healthy snack and a chance to participate in a positive peer culture is offered. Efforts are made to appropriately match each scholar with an adult mentor as soon as possible. Sponsor-A-Scholar needs adult mentors to serve as a model for high school students and help them identify college resources and accompany them to college visits, while offering a seasoned perspective and active listening.AlbanySPONSOR-A-SCHOLARCAPITAL REGION SPONSOR-A-SCHOLAR
    Volunteer OpportunitiesThomas Sports Group needs volunteers for tutoring and education, to assist youth with job training, including computer training, as mentors, to coach youth in organized sports teams, as chaperones, and those who are willing to transport youth to and from organized sports events and other activities.SchenectadyMENTORING, COACHING AND SUPPORT VOLUNTEERSTHOMAS SPORTS GROUP
    Volunteer OpportunitiesGirl Scouts of Northeastern New York needs volunteers who desire to help build strong leaders to mentor girls age 5-17. AlbanyMENTORING VOLUNTEERSGIRL SCOUTS OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK - ALBANY
    Volunteer OpportunitiesThe After School Enrichment Network (AEN) is looking for volunteer tutors and mentors to service a population where academic achievement must be improved. SchenectadyTUTORING/ MENTORING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESFRIENDSHIP COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
    Volunteer OpportunitiesTroy Boys & Girls Club has opportunities available for volunteers in almost every capacity. Working with children in their groups during after school programs (mentoring, tutoring), providing specialized programs for youth and teens (arts/crafts, science, technology, dramatic arts, dance, career exploration, job preparedness), administrative support (data entry, database management, prepare mailings, office assistant, etc.), capital improvement projects, and much more.RensselaerVOLUNTEERTROY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
    Volunteer OpportunitiesRecruits volunteers for the following programs, Summer Day Camp: Mentors and Counselors, After School Express: Tutors and Mentors. The Arts: Instructors, Safe Kids: Mentors and Coaches. RensselaerVOLUNTEER PROGRAMBOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF SOUTHERN RENSSELAER COUNTY
    Volunteer OpportunitiesVolunteer Peer Mentors are needed. Fellow veterans assisting fellow vets through shared life expierences Spouses, parents and adult children of veterans can also serve as peer mentors for family members.RensselaerVOLUNTEER PROGRAMHEROES AT HOME
    Youth Enrichment ServicesIs a program which is proven to enhance academic performance and build competencies helping ensure future success will serve as a cornerstone of our youth development strategy and will be offered daily. Through Project Learn, staff utilize all areas and programs in the Club to create opportunities for high-yield learning activities which include leisure reading, writing, discussions with knowledgeable adults, tutoring and games that develop cognitive skills.SchenectadyPROJECT LEARNBOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF SCHENECTADY
    Youth Enrichment ServicesAdult volunteers are matched with children between the ages of 6 and 14 who want and need a Big Brother or Big Sister. "Bigs" and "Littles" spend time together in the community, building friendships and enjoying everyday fun and activities. Recruites adult volunteers who are willing to mentor children and youth. Volunteers and families receive support and guidance from the staff to ensure a positive experience for all involved.AlbanyYOUTH MENTORING PROGRAMBIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS OF THE CAPITAL REGION

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