Explore While Serving as a Mentor
What better way to have an impact than by sharing your knowledge, experience and lessons learned with a young person – especially when the opportunity is right here on campus!
QUESTIONS? Please contact Susan Walker at 717-358-4594 for more information about the mentoring programs listed below.
Squash ACES Mentoring
- Tuesdays , Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5-6 pm
If you feel a calling to be a positive role model for a middle school or high school student from the neighboring School District of Lancaster and can volunteer from 5 – 6 pm at least one evening a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, and/or Thursday), then this is the opportunity for you! All ACES Mentors are matched with a middle school or high school student and are required to attend training and complete the clearances required to work with minors in the state of Pennsylvania.
For more detailed information about the ACES mentoring program visit the Squash ACES web page.
YES (Young Engaged Student) Campus Guides
As a middle or elementary age kid, your first visit to a real college campus and your first interactions with a real college student can have a huge impact. By volunteering as a YES Guide, you’ll play an integral role in fostering a college going culture among this younger audience. The commitment required to be a YES Guide can easily fit into your busy schedule – just attend one hour of training, commit to a minimum of one 1-hour campus tour and bring energy and enthusiasm every time!