Be a Hero!

Mission Statement:  The mission of the Lake County Youth Mentor Program is connecting youth with caring adult mentors to enhance academic and personal achievement.  
Men and women of all ages, from all walks of life, to mentor Lake County youth, grades K-12.  All we ask is one hour a week for one year.

Skills needed: Patience, time, respect for youth, and a desire to help the youth in our community succeed, both academically and personally.

Do you remember a time when you needed an impartial adult to talk to, someone who would listen and help you make good choices?
A lot of youth in our community need someone to fill that role right now. They need an adult friend.
That’s where YOU come in.  You can help by becoming a youth mentor.  A small investment of your time can make a  major difference in a youth’s life.

Get involved TODAY!

2015-2016 Corporate Sponsors

The Lake County Youth Mentor Program would like to thank the 2016 Corporate Business Sponsors:

KORV Radio
Les Schwab Tire Center
Ed's Fastbreak   


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Contact Information

Pictured from left to right:  Lynette Wells (Mentor), Diana Banks,
 Benny Beaver (Oregon State University mascot), Kathy Miles (Program Director), Sammy Withers (Mentor) 

Kathy Miles 

Toll free 877-947-2744 
Mentoring Information

What is Mentoring?

Mentoring is simple, yet powerful. It’s about consistently showing up and  building a  relationship through shared experiences.  It’s about learning from one another, and increasing connections to school, family, and community.


Developing a mentoring relationship means being a positive role model and spending time together building trust and mutual respect.

Mentoring can take place between two people, within a small group of two or three people, or in large groups.


A strong connection between an adult and a youth can build confidence and encourage the youth to build  connections elsewhere – in school, at work, within the family, or in the community. These connections are vital to a young person’s  development and  success.


The ultimate goal is to encourage academic and personal success.  To reach that goal, the mentor will  focus on developing skills such as good boundaries, time management, improved study habits, strong communication, positive peer relationships, and respect for self and  others.
Upcoming Personal Enrichment class

As of right now there are no Personal Enrichment classes scheduled.  If you or somebody you know would be interested in teaching a class send them our way!  Feel free to contact us at (541)947-4880.  Thank you! 

Personal Enrichment Registration Form

For any questions regarding classes don't hesitate to call Kathy at (541)947-4880.  If you would like to drop off the registration and payment we're located at 357 North L Street, Lakeview, OR 97630
Team Mentoring

Team Mentoring in Lakeview: 

Hello Lakeview!  Team Mentoring nights are going once again!  We apologize for the cancellation of the team activities this past month and would like to invite any 4th through 6th grade student to join us for an evening of fun and games when we resume in February.

If you have any questions call Kathy at (541)947-4880.