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National PAL Mentoring Program

Program Description

The mentoring Program meets every Thursday evening at 6:00 PM. This program is for our members ages eight and older. During this time our youth are exposed to leadership workshops, learning opportunities and drug & bullying prevention activities. The youth also participate in community service projects and receive tutoring services. The PALW is currently recruiting committed mentors with a passion and a high expectation of success for our mentees. Since the introduction of the program, the participant’s school report grades have significantly improved.

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Program Eligibility

This program is available to children no matter where they live or go to school. If you have additional questions or want to learn more, please contact our team. We'd be happy to assist you!

Scholarships & Special Benefits

  • Dual Language:
  • Financial Aid / Scholarships
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Purchase of Care (POC)
  • Free Meals
  • Free Medical Care
  • Special Needs Accomodations
  • Before School Care

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Program Dates

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Days Offered

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Hours Offered

  • Regular Hours

    6:00pm - 7:00pm

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