The Bowie Teen Mentoring Program (TMP) matches adult volunteer mentors with students at Bowie High School and 8th graders at Samuel Ogle Middle School. Mentors and teens meet weekly, during the student's lunch period. The voluntary participation of both mentors and mentees contributes to the success of the program.
The weekly meetings between a mentor and their mentee helps to build a positive relationship that has the potential to change the course of a teen's high school experience, their life, and the community. Through this program, students gain a stable, caring, and nurturing relationship with an adult mentor, increasing the student’s sense of personal confidence and importance.
Interested in Being a Mentor?
Are you interested in giving back to the Bowie community and making a difference in the life of a young person?
The TMP invites men and women to apply to be mentors if you are willing to:
Make a commitment to a teen for the school year
Meet weekly with a teen, usually at lunch
Agree to an interview and security screening
Attend initial mentor training and occasional follow-up training