Become A STEM Mentor
Mentors provide students with emotional support, encouragement, approval, belonging, security, emotional well-being, and self-confidence. Mentors are role models, listeners, and guides to students. By volunteering at the school one-on-one with students, mentors can help them to accept responsibility, use good study habits, make positive choices, learn problem-solving skills, improve academic achievement, reduce absenteeism/dropout rate, and have a better peer relationship.
All mentors must complete an online volunteer registration form, clear a criminal history check, receive a volunteer photo ID badge and attend a 45-minute training held at the Administration Building before mentoring a student.
If you would like to become a mentor or have a mentor for your child, please email Dee Jones (Alief ISD Business and Community Partnership Coordinator) at email@example.com or call Ms. Jones at 281-498-8110, extension 29020.