Information for Mentors


Mentors, we are extremely grateful to have you with us. We hope you will find the information available in this section of our website helpful as you continue to read with and develop a relationship with your student. If you have any questions that cannot be answered here, please contact your School Coordinator or Program Volunteer Coordinator. We are always happy to talk to you. 


Please view Mentor's Frequently Asked Questions.


If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please refer to "How to Become a Mentor."


Mentor Tips Archive

- Building Impactful Relationships

- Growing Reading Potential

- Making Reading a Habit

- Mentor Questions Answered

- Tips for Reading Aloud

- Supporting the Student Reader

- Holding Student's Attention

- Mentoring Mission

- Strengthening Mentoring Experience

- Healthy Vocabulary

- Mentoring Relationships

- Engaging Relucant Readers

- Motivating Young Readers

- Creative Reading Options



"Seeing her become more confident and her love of reading increase has been such a joy to watch."
"It's mostly fun to read and watch her become such a confident reader and learn to love reading as much as I do. She is one of my best friends."
"When an adult helps a child, it tells that child how special they are. We send a message to the child- you are important to me- that is powerful and undeniable."
"It's a fantastic program, and I think the mentors get as much, if not more, than the student. You meet wonderful kids and have lots of fun."
"When I read, I learn and grow-- you know, like Jack and the Beanstalk kind of growing and that's really big!"
"I wish Everybody Wins was everyday!"