When a boy is mentored into a well-developed man, there are huge rewards – not just for the boy but for the adult mentor as well. Please fill out the mentor application to start the process. You may opt to mentor a group of boys or one-on-one. Questions? Contact William B. Jones at email@example.com or 504.561.7475.
Thank you for your interest in Son of a Saint. We know it can be hard for a single mom to raise a boy. Although we have limited space, your application is welcome and will be considered carefully.
Son of a Saint accepts young men who have reached age 10 - 12 during the timeframe of the application cycle or at the time of joining the organization. Son of a Saint accepts young men who have lost a father due to death; long-term incarceration of 15 years or more, that can be verified; adoption by a single mother; or a young man whose father has been deported.
Due to limited resources, Son of a Saint is unable to accept all mentee applicants and selects new mentees according to a set of carefully constructed criteria that account for a mentee’s need for our services.Son of a Saint does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), national origin (ancestry), disability, or socio-economic background, in any of its selection processes.
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IMPORTANT: Applications must be received by Son of a Saint prior to April 16, 2021.
Son of a Saint depends on volunteers for a variety of functions critical to the operational success of the organization. Volunteering with Son of a Saint is a rewarding way to make a difference for our boys and our city. Questions? Contact William B. Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or 504.561.7475.
Son of a Saint’s Executive Mentor Council is a network of professional women and men who are passionate about tackling the issues facing disadvantaged youth in New Orleans and work together to advance the mission of Son of a Saint and the well-being of our mentees.