Aboriginal Mentorship Program
Become a Mentee
YWCA Metro Vancouver's Aboriginal Mentorship Program aims to empower Aboriginal teen girls through an arts- and culture-based group mentoring relationship.
The program provides life skills and builds capacity in Aboriginal teen girls by connecting them with positive adult Aboriginal role models. Read Priscilla and Jayleen's story.
Who is the Aboriginal Mentorship Program for?
Aboriginal girls between the ages of 13 to 18
What is involved?
Bi-weekly meetings in the form of talking circles, creative, interactive workshops and traditional activities with female Aboriginal volunteer mentors and skilled facilitators. Together you'll meet for a few hours twice a month, to have fun and participate in arts-based, social and cultural activities.
For information on the YWCA Aboriginal Mentorship Program and on becoming a mentee, please contact Anna Soole. Anna is a Métis facilitator, community organizer and performer with years of experience facilitating fun, interactive, arts-based empowerment programs for Aboriginal women and girls.
YWCA Metro Vancouver
535 Hornby Street
Vancouver, BC V6C 2E8
tel 604 895 5798
fax 604 684 9171