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City Kidz Youth Mentor

CityKidz is a dynamic faith-based organization dedicated to improving the lives of at-risk children. We exist to increase resiliency and inspire big dreams for Canadian children living in low-income communities by providing inspirational experiences and nurturing personal relationships, one child at a time. Through our programs we instill positive values and morals into the lives of children, help build a solid foundation for their future and inspire each child to make positive life choices and to choose to “do what’s right.” Everything we do is guided by our Faith, Hope and Love.

Role: As a City Youth Mentor you will mentor and walk alongside our youth aged 12-16 during programs and activities.

Primary Responsibilities:

· Participate in pick up and drop off youth before and after the program and supervise while on the bus.
· Act as a role model for the youth, building connection and relationship
· Participate in games and activities
· Lead small group of youth in topics as set out by City Youth Coordinator
· Help to organize the youth as the event unfolds
· Clean up
· Additional opportunities to lead large group discussions may be offered (but not required)


· A passion for youth ages 12-16 to overcome barriers in their life and to dream big dreams
· An intention to create a connection with the youth
· Must be responsible and a good role model
· Patience and flexibility
· Must understand our organization values.
· Able to follow all CityKidz policies and procedures


1-5 hours per week.

CityKidz, Burlington Street East, Hamilton, ON, Canada

For more information, please contact Tracey Veldhuis.

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