FHIM Teen Mentoring
The goal is to provide T.R.A.C. Campers age 13-18 with an opportunity to be mentored by a T.R.A.C. Staff member throughout the school year, to build positive memories and to build relationships with other campers and staff in the mentoring program.
When a teen goes through FHIM Teen Mentoring
they will build a lasting relationship with their mentor, who will seek to be a friend, encourager, a good listener and strive to build confidence and self-esteem throughout their teenage years. Their mentor will be a safe adult in their life, whom they can learn to trust and rely on.
Some Activities Include
Learning Life Skills
Horse Back Riding
FHIM Mentoring Dates
September - May
Sept - Dec - March - May
Meetings held the 2nd Saturday from 2-5:00 pm
with optional gatherings held additional months.
Training Date: August TBA Room: TBA
e-mail Tina to confirm (email@example.com)
FHIM Teen Mentoring happens when Christian men and women
give of their time and talents to bless our teenagers.
To begin the process of volunteering start here:
Complete and submit the form below. You will be contacted shortly. (minimum age is 20 years old, some roles start at age 25).
An initial interview to answer your questions and determine program suitability.
A complete background screening.
2 hours of additional training beyond T.R.A.C. training. Must attend T.R.A.C. camp before you can start mentoring.
WHY I VOLUNTEER
Volunteer since 2014
Working with these kids is the best and hardest thing I have ever done. I watch them grow and change and know all the hard work is worth it. I have seen massive growth in several kids throughout the years and it’s is inspiring. I love serving Jesus through serving these kids and teens.
I volunteer because GOD MOVES in Fostering Hope. This ministry is a front row seat to watch God work miracles in tangible ways, see His People be the hands and feet of Jesus, watch reality and faith intersect. These kids, their experiences, and their resiliency have changed my life.
Volunteer since 2011
I volunteer as an obedience to God. It give me the opportunity to share my heart with others and be able to lift up and encourage those who need it.