BECOME A MENTOR TODAY AND JOIN OUR COMMUNITY!

Do you want to make a positive impact?

Talbot Mentor volunteers empower youth in our community to make positive life choices that enable them to maximize their potential. Talbot Mentors provides the platform on which to establish real, meaningful, long-lasting bonds between caring adults and young people. Our volunteers commit to supporting, guiding, and being a friend to a young person.


We are looking for mentors who are: dependable, consistent, empathetic, patient, compassionate, flexible, respectful of individual differences, positive, and who have great listening skills!


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Benefits of being a Mentor

  • Personal fulfillment through contribution to the community and to individuals

  • Being part of a large community of mentor volunteers

  • Satisfaction in helping someone mature, progress, and achieve goals

  • Acquisition of new skills as a volunteer

  • Connection to a younger generation

  • Appreciation of varied cultures

  • Access to mentee/mentor group activities

  • Complimentary access to community events as a Talbot Mentor

  • Ongoing mentor learning and training opportunities

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Watch the video below to see the impact Talbot Mentors is making in your community!

INFO SESSIONS ARE THE SECOND WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH 4:30PM @ 108 MARYLAND AVE. #102 EASTON MD,21601

This is your opportunity to come and learn what Talbot Mentors is all about. You'll be able to meet other potential mentors, our staff, and have all your questions answered!


The Role of a Mentor

  • Serve as a positive one-to-one role model and friend

  • Consistently dedicate time to listen, provide encouragement, build self-esteem, and motivate a young person

  • Act with integrity

  • Protect the safety of your mentee

  • Act in a way that benefits your mentee

  • Behave in a fair and objective way

  • Respect the rights and dignity of your mentee and his or her family

  • Behave in a trustworthy and responsible way

  • Engage in free to low cost activities

  • Explore the interest of a young person

  • Help set goals and work toward accomplishing them

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Mentor Requirements

  • Be at least 18 years old

  • Be interested in working with young people

  • Complete all mandatory mentor training as prescribed

  • Have access to an automobile, auto insurance, and a good driving record