Mentor-Scholar Program

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What is the Mentor-Scholar Program?
Mentor-Scholar is an academic and social mentoring program that partners SUNY Oswego undergraduates and students within the Oswego City and Fulton City School Districts through the academic year.  Mentoring pairs meet twice a week after school to work on homework and general academics while addressing social issues and having fun.  SUNY Oswego students participate in a two-credit hour GST 302 course through the fall and spring semesters addressing issues on mentoring, poverty and adolescent growth in the context of youth programming. 

Currently Accepting Applications for 2014-2015!
Are you interested in being the mentor of an "at-risk" Oswego Middle School, Oswego High School, or Fulton Junior High School student? Are you able to volunteer 20-hours per semester? If so, click on our "Apply for the Mentor-Scholar Program!" tab and complete the online Mentor-Scholar Application today! 

Be sure to take a look at this video highlighting some of our past events!

Mentor-Scholar in the News
Check out the links to the local coverage of all the hardwork done by the Mentor-Scholar mentors and mentees!

Community Service

Mentor-Scholar is not the only way that you can become involved in volunteering with youth.  Check out the Center for Service Learning and Community Service for more opportunities to volunteer or join another service learning program.