- 2457 E Washington St Ste A Indianapolis, Indiana 46201 United States
- Working with a mentor helps newcomers attain a better grasp of American culture, successfully integrate into their new community, and achieve personal goals. Refugees will identify goals to work towards with their mentors. Goals might include practical skills such as grocery shopping, budgeting, banking, or getting acquainted with modern technology. Time with the individual or family can be spent at their home, at your home, and/or taking them out to experience new things in Indiana. This is a great opportunity for families, as children have a special ability to form cross-cultural friendships. Requirements: Minimum 6-month commitment. Must be able to meet with the refugee individual or family 2-4 times per month. Must complete 1 training in addition to Refugee 101. Background check required.
- Social Issues:
- Children and Youth, Global and Peace Issues, Government and Public Policy, Health and Medicine
- Day(s) of Week:
- Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday