Womankind's Drawing and Truth (DAT) program is recruiting 3-5 new mentors for the 2021-2022 cohort!
DAT is one of the Children and Youth Program's opportunities for youth to learn different skills, discover themselves, and develop social connections with peers and older mentors. Mentors are the backbone of the DAT Program. DAT typically has a ratio of 1.5 mentees per mentor, and mentees are either a survivor of gender-based violence or the child of one. Mentors oversee the selection, planning, and facilitation of activities during meetings. Workshops are held every Saturday during the academic school year from 12-4PM ET and includes projects that build on critical thinking, opportunities for civic engagement and social activism, and creative activities.
Mentors are selected through a process that includes an application and an in-person interview. Selected candidates must successfully complete a background check prior to start of volunteer position. Click below for the volunteer description and application. Please submit your application by Sept 20th to be considered.