CCL seeks volunteer adult mentors to guide CCL students with their stewardship projects. As part of their CCL requirement and to earn their Certificate, CCL students engage in a stewardship project in their own community, devoting a minimum of 20 hours to the project over the course of the school year.
Students are paired with adult mentors who guide them through the project, giving advice and encouragement when needed. It is important that each student take ownership of the project, planning, researching and completing the service hours.
At the end of the certificate program, in the spring, the students present their projects to the CCL group, their families, LFOLA Board members, friends and funders. With their mentors, they communicate the impact of their projects in the students’ communities.
Students are recognized at this time with a Certificate of Achievement. Mentors are also recognized at this event.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please contact the director of CCL.