Mentor Application

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Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee that you will be contacted for an interview.

If you are a current freshman, sophomore or junior in one of AFK Chapter High Schools and play a sport you are eligible to apply the program. Please note: Freshman are eligible to apply, receive training, attend monthly meetings and volunteer at AFK events. However, the matching process may take 6-12 months

If your high school is not listed, you are not eligible to apply.
Please provide your personal email (not school email).
Mentor Home Address
Parent/Guardian #1 (Required)
Parent/Guardian # 2 (Required)
Community Service and Sports Information
Activities both on-campus and in the community
Additional Information
You will receive training before being assigned to a young child. You will be expected to spend at least 6-8 hours each month with that child.
This includes providing monthly information regarding your mentoring activities, and receive feedback regarding any difficulties during your participation in the mentoring program.
Meeting attendance is required before being matched as well as throughout the duration of your match.
Confidential Information 

If yes, please give the date(s), school, and circumstances.
Please provide three adult references for your recommendation.
Reference # 1
Reference # 2
Reference # 3
(e.g. friend or neighbor, outside of your immediate family whom we can contact for a character reference.)
Demographic Information
Providing this information helps Athletes For Kids receive critical funding. As with all of the information we collect, your demographic information will be kept confidential and never shared.
Please let us know if you have any disability.
Anyone who was not born in the US is considered an immigrant regardless of status. If they were born in another country and have a green card, are naturalized, or are undocumented, they would count as an immigrant or refugee.
Please provide the household Income (if below $90,000). Providing this information helps Athletes For Kids receive critical funding.

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