Our Programs

Mentoring Program

Mentors Make a Difference

Just a couple hours a week can make a real difference in the life of a young person. As a volunteer at the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northwoods – Langlade County, it can make a real difference in yours too.

A National Study found that dramatic changes happen in youth just 18 months after mentoring.

Youth with mentoring are less likely to:

Interested in becoming a mentor?

The future of our nation rests in the hands of our young kids and teens. Young people who are watching the news and their social media feeds, overhearing their parents’ conversations, worrying for their world and coming to our Club with concern in their eyes. Our Club members, need to be heard. They need guidance from a trusted voice. They need to hear that we will fight to ensure the great futures they deserve. That they deserve to dream. That they deserve love. And that they deserve to be safe – not just at the Club, but everywhere!

If you are interested in becoming a mentor and have 30-60 minutes that you can give a child each week, as a year-round commitment, please reach out to:
Casey Zarda, Director of Special Initiatives at: caseyz@bgcnorthwoods.org