National CARES Mentoring Movement 925b Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA30309 National CARES Mentoring Movement is a non-profit organization that works to connect mentors with local youth and…More mentoring organizations. It focuses primarily on African American youth. For more information, call the office or visit the website.
East Atlanta Kids Club 602 Brownwood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA30316 East Atlanta Kids Club is a nonprofit after-school program offering tutoring, recreation, mentoring and enrichment to…More girls and boys ages 7 to 17. It is operated out of the Brownwood Park Recreation Center in East Atlanta. EAKC also offers one-on-one mentoring opportunities. Visit the website or call for more information.
With over 300 branches and more than 12,000 mentors providing guidance and support across the country, SCORE provides…More local in-person and online workshops and mentoring services for business owners. Some of the topics its mentors specialize in are Finance and Accounting, Marketing and PR and Information Technology. In addition the website has tools and templates for small business owners.
As of August 2012, SCORE and Patch are officially working together to make sure communities thrive. To find out how, reach out to this local chapter or contact your local editor.
Moving in the Spirit 750 Glenwood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA30316 Moving in the Spirit is a youth development organization that works to transform the lives of children and teens in…More Atlanta through dance. The organization is nationally recognized and offers numerous programs and classes for members, including high-quality dance instruction with performance, leadership and mentor opportunities. Some classes and programs include stepping stones, junior dance company, men in motion, summers camp programs and more.
William T. White III Family Resource Center 39 Rogers St NE, Atlanta, GA30317 Part of DeKalb County's Youth Service Division, the William T. White III Family Resource Center is the headquarters of…More the Meeting of the Hearts Mentoring Program. The program pairs adults with children between ages 4 and 18 whose parents are incarcerated. The goal is to prevent drug and alcohol abuse, violence and truancy.