All positions for the 2016-17 school-year have been filled.  Please check back in the Spring of 2017 for information on the 2017-18 program and positions.  Thank you!


Ten School-Based Mentors (SBMs) will be placed in nine of our local elementary, middle, and high schools.  Mentors gain valuable experience in the fields of counseling, social work, and education.  Each mentor provides one-to-one mentoring services to 10 target students throughout the school year as well as in-school and after-school programs to all students in the schools.  Mentors are trained and supported by the Program Manager, as well as a site-supervisior at each school. Invest ten months of your life in the youth and families of Routt County while building your resume with diverse professional experience.

To learn more, please click here for a full position description.  You can read more about last year’s School-Based Mentors here, and the program here.

To apply for this position, please submit an application through the AmeriCoprs portal located here. (link is not available, as we are no longer accepting applications) 


For questions or more information, please contact Sydney Congdon at 970-879-6141 ext. 305 or


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