City of Alexandria, VA
Building Better Futures: serves TC William High School students, in the community or at the TC Williams Library, after school or on the weekend.
Big Brother & Big Sisters: serves children ages 7 to 15, in the community, after school for 2 hours a week.
Casa Chirilagua: serves 1st to 8th graders in the Alexandria City Public School system, in the community, after school and on the weekend.
Higher Achievement: serves 5th to 8th graders in the Alexandria City Public School system, at Hammond Middle School, Monday, Tuesday or Thursday from 6 to 8 for 2 hours a week.
Intervention, Prevention, Education (IPE) Program: serves children ages 10 to 18, in the community, for 2 hours a week.
PALS Mentoring Program: serves children ages 6 to 12 who are infected or affected by HIV/AIDS, in the community, for 2 to 4 hours a visit, twice a month.
Project Protege: serves middle school students, in the community or at Community Lodgings, after school or on the weekend.
RISE (Respect, Integrity, Self-Esteem, and Encouragement): serves ages 14 to 17, in the community or at Aurora House, after school for 2 hours per week.
SOHO: Space of Her Own: Old Town: serves 5th graders, at the Art League, on Thursdays from 5:30 to 8:00pm; West End: serves 6th graders, at Hammond Middle School, on Wednesdays from 5:30 to 8:00pm.
The Untouchables: serves 2nd to 12th graders, at Charles Houston Recreation Center and field trips, on Thursdays from 4:30 to 5:30 pm and the occasional weekend.
Wright to Read, Tutor/Mentor Program: serves 1st to 5th graders (new referrals), mentors keep cases beyond, meets at local libraries, for 1 hour a week, either after school, evening or weekend.
To begin the process of becoming a mentor, or for more information, contact the Alexandria Mentoring Partnership Coordinator at 703-746-4144 or firstname.lastname@example.org.