Making a Difference, one lunch at a time!
Companions for Children's School-Based mentoring program; Lunch Pals was established in 2017 to meet an unmet need in the Minot Community. In this program, mentors meet with their mentee's two times per month between August and May at their pre-designated school.
1. Learn More
To better understand how this program works, begin by reading our Lunch Pals Program Handbook. This will provide you with our criteria to become a mentor, our screening process, what your job as a mentor is and more. [CLICK ON THE BOOK TO READ THE HANDBOOK]
2. Apply Today
[CLICK ON THE PENCIL TO APPLY]
3. Online Training
After scheduling your interview, our staff will email you online training and mandated reporter certification.
4. Signature Packet
After your interview, DocuSign paperwork will be emailed for you to complete your application.
A 30-minute time block will be scheduled to review Guidelines & Ground Rules, program details & conduct an interview, remotely.
6. Screening Committee (Approval/Denial)
Our screening committee will review all information collected during the screening process and approve or deny your application.
7. Mentor Orientation & Training
On a pre-designated date, Companions for Children will conduct a Mentor Orientation from 11:30 to 1 pm at your participating school. Mentors will be provided their finalized lunch meeting calendar. Lunch will be provided.
8. Match Meeting
A staff of Companions for children will meet you at your pre-desingated school to introduce you to your mentee & provide a get to know you worksheet to "break the ice".
9. Support & Reporting
Mentors fill out a report after each lunch via an online link. Companions for Children will respond with support & guidance. [MENTORS: CLICK ONT HE HYPERLINK TO ACCESS MENTOR THE REPORTING PAGE]