The Refugee asylee mentoring program

One hour. Once a week. One meaningful relationship.

The Journey’s End Refugee Asylee Mentoring program will launch in the fall of 2019. RAMP will match refugees, asylees, and SIV holders between the ages of 18 and 24 who have been in the United States for less than 5 years with adult mentors.

RAMP will facilitate weekly group meetings and activities for mentees and mentors, provide workshops, and organize field trips that focus on community integration, academic support, career development, and health and financial literacy.

Interested mentors please complete the application form here. The program requires regular commitment for at least nine months.

Interested mentee please contact Program Manager and she will follow up with you. The program requires regular commitment for at least nine months. Participants will be provided with transportation support, a membership to West Side Community Services, food and interpretation services. Committed participants will be eligible to receive a Chromebook.

CONTACT:

Paige Kelschenbach
(716) 316-9449

More information coming soon!