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There is still time to become a Volunteer or Mentor with Cumberland County Schools!

If you missed the event, it is not too late to get involved. Visit CCS’ Community Volunteer Services website to view a list of schools who are actively seeking volunteers.  The following schools participated in the School-Based Mentor/Volunteer Showcase.

Schools                                                                                                      Community Agencies

Ashley Elementary School                                                                     United Way of Cumberland County

Baldwin Elementary School                                                                  Cumberland County CommuniCare

T. C. Berrien Elementary School                                                           Communities In Schools

Cliffdale Elementary School                                                                  Girls Scouts of NC Coastal Pines

College Lakes Elementary School

Cumberland International Early College

Douglas Byrd Middle School

Gallberry Farm Elementary

Howard Hall Elementary School

Luther Nick Jeralds Middle School

Lake Rim Elementary School

Terry Sanford High School

E.E. Smith High School

South View High School

Margaret Willis Elementary School

Representatives from various Cumberland County Schools and community agencies affiliated with the United Way of Cumberland County gathered on September 22nd for the first annual School-Based Mentor/Volunteer Showcase. The event was held at the Educational Resource Center from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. The Showcase allowed stakeholders to visit with school representatives and to learn about volunteer opportunities for the 2016-2017 school year. Some participants came seeking mission opportunities for their church, while others were recent graduates of community leadership programs looking to get involved with the community.

 

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Published by Shirley Carter on January 31, 2017

        


The Seventy-First High School Falcons participate in the tutoring/mentor program at Lloyd Auman Elementary School.

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Published by Laurie Pender on January 23, 2017

        


Image of the Fayetteville Urban Ministry LogoBy Johnny Wilson | Posted: Tuesday, June 2, 2015, 8:29 p.m.

A few months back, Bobby Washington of Great Oak Youth Development Center wrote a column asking folks to step up and become mentors through our countywide Mentoring Works initiative. He wrote that the selfless act of giving some time to young people could actually save some lives. I do believe that many of you in the community heard the call.

Johnny Wilson-Mentoring Still Works

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Published by Laurie Pender on June 2, 2015

        


Image of the Fayetteville Observer's LogoPosted: Thursday, January 22, 2015, 12:14 pm
By Catherine Pritchard

About 60 adults came to E.E. Smith High School Thursday morning to eat breakfast, chat and listen to heartfelt pleas that they invest an hour of their time each week in mentoring a child. Mentoring Can Change a Life

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Published by Laurie Pender on January 22, 2015

        


Thirty-six boys from Fayetteville’s Margaret Willis Elementary School are being paired with male mentors in an effort to provide positive role models throughout their primary education years. Read full story here.

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Published by Laurie Pender on October 14, 2014

        


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