Youth Mentorship Program

Vision Statement

High Hope (Community Development Corporation) Mentoring Program envisions a community in which every youth experiences nurturing one-to-one relationships and community support, which in turn allows each of them to develop into their full potential, capable of making informed, responsible decisions as involved members of our community.


High Hope restores families one community at a time through this Youth Mentoring Program. Mentors and Mentees are matched up based on shared interests and gender. Our Mentors offer a minimum of one hour per week of relationship building activities. Current mentor and mentee relationships in Roswell High School as well as in World Harvest Church.

We are currently recruiting volunteers to mentor High Hope youth.

Mentor Requirements

Must be 21 or older

One year commitment

A required background check

Attend 2 hours Mentor Training

Meet Mentee at least one hour weekly

Turn in Monthly Activity Report

Attend Quarterly meetings

Communicate with Program Director regularly

Mentee Requirements

Middle to High School

One year commitment

Parent/Guardian permission

Attend 2 hours Mentee Training

Meet Mentor at least one hour weekly

Attend Quarterly meetings

Communicate with Program Director regularly

Eager participant

To become a mentor or mentee, please contact:

Frantz Charles:

Phone: 770-314-4547


Maria Charles:

Phone: 770-833-4699

Get Involved

For Mentors

For more information about becoming a mentor click here for our handbook

To complete the application to be a volunteer mentor click here

To watch the youth mentoring training video click here

To fill out your youth mentoring activity report click here

For Mentees

To complete the application to become a mentee click here