You Can be a Mentor
Our vision is clear. Our work transforms the lives of young men aging out of foster care in Northwest Arkansas. Sharing your time and talents can make an immediate difference.
Mentors provide leadership with guidance and encouragement to young men as they begin to develop the life skills necessary for success in their journey as productive, engaged and contributing members of society.
What does it take to be a mentor? First, an interest in, and a commitment to the programs, goals and objectives of Micah's House NWA. We are seeking open-minded individuals who are willing to embrace diverse perspectives. Mentors should have energy and enthusiasm for Micah's House programs, and have a desire to give of themselves for the betterment of the community.
We believe that family is who you choose to "do life" with, which may or may not include a young man's family of origin. Our model, "father-brother-friend," seeks to match a mentee with three men of varying ages and in different stages of life: