In School Mentoring
Our in-school mentoring program is based at Southern Middle School in Aberdeen, North Carolina. The initial program was funded through a federal grant from the Department of Public Instruction. The project is currently in its fifth year and funded through United Way of Moore County and donors from the Moore County community. Our mentoring coordinator pairs children at Southern Middle School with community volunteers to meet for one hour a week. This program has had a great impact on the individual students and the school as a whole. Students who are involved in in-school mentoring explore careers, get academic assistance, complete community service projects, take educational field trips, attend summer camp, participate in community events and meet with a mentor for 1 hour each week.
If you or someone you know would like to make a difference in the life of a child, please contact Alyssa Pratt at Alyssa@cismoore.org or by telephone at (910) 295-1072.
Speaking Out Program
Speaking Out: Helping Young Women Find Their Voice
Four day seminar designed to help young women ages 14-16 discover their voices and maximize their ability to express themselves. This program is sponsored by
CIS of Moore County, in partnership with the
Toastmasters Club of the Sandhills.
Date: Tuesday, June 21 through Friday, June 24
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Location: Sandhills Community College-Van Dusen Hall
Eligibility: Young women, ages 14-16, are eligible to participate at no cost.
Contact your guidance counselor for a brochure/application. For additional information, call (910) 295-1072 or visit the website: moorebuddiesmentoring.com.
This program is made possible through a grant from
Moore Women’s Giving Circle.