A mentor is someone that walks along you and your family to help your child reach his or her God-given potential.
All of our Gospel Village mentors come from local churches and go through a detailed application, training and background check process to ensure your child is paired with a godly, trustworthy and safe mentor. Once a mentor pairing is made, the mentor will stay actively involved in your child’s life, staying in touch at least four times a month and meeting in person at least twice a month. Mentors commit for at least a year, but often build relationships that last a lifetime.
Interested in pairing your child with a godly mentor? Please fill out the application. If you have questions you may contact your school counselor or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steps to Become a Gospel Village Mentee
School counselor identifies a student that qualifies to be a part of the Gospel Village program
Target: 3rd through 12th grade, single-parent homes.
School counselor contacts parent/guardian of student and offers the resource of Gospel Village
Tyler ISD and Whitehouse ISD offer Gospel Village as a resource to parents/guardians, but the parent/guardian does not have to accept.
If parent/guardian accepts, Mentor Coordinator meets with parent/guardian to discuss our program and to fill out an application.
Mentor Coordinator introduces mentor to student & parent/guardian.
Mentor and student begin managed mentoring relationship.
Mentor Coordinator checks in with student once per semester and parent/guardian bi-monthly via phone call and with a face to face meeting during the summer to ensure safety and the development of relationship.