Goodwill®’sGoodGuides® Juvenile Justice Youth Mentoring matches youth (ages 12-17) involved in the Pima County Juvenile Court Center (PCJCC) with supportive and trusted adult mentors to promote positive decision-making, educational attainment, and personal development through effective mentoring practices in both group and one-on-one matches.
GoodGuides® recruits, trains and supports volunteer mentors to engage youth in exploring career & educational goals, and building healthy social connections through a supportive mentoring relationship.
You don’t need special skills or superpowers to be a great mentor; you will make a difference just by being yourself!
BECOME A MENTOR!
Mentoring is not a large time commitment
We ask that our mentors and mentees commit to
4 hours a month for 1 full year.
Mentoring is Simple
All you need to do is be yourself, be open, and be willing to share your experiences with deserving youth.
Mentoring is a great way to give back to your
community by helping youth discover themselves and build a better future.
Must be at least 18 years of age
Must be able to spend at least 4 hours per month with mentee
Must be able to make a 1 year commitment from time of introduction to your mentee