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Career Technical Education (CTE)

The College Mentor Program supports seniors who are the first in their family to pursue postsecondary education including professional/technical certificates and academic degrees. Students are matched with community volunteer “mentors” who walk them through writing powerful personal statements, researching collegiate options, submitting financial aid applications and more!


Seniors in the College Mentor Program are:

  • The "first generation" in their family to attend college (not including siblings)
  • Eligible for the free/reduced lunch program
  • On track to graduate with a minimum GPA of 2.5
  • Planning on continuing their education or career training beyond high school
  • Open to constructive feedback on essays and writing prompts
  • Reliable and timely communicators with their mentor via email, text, and phone
  • Motivated to open doors for yourself! Mentors are here to help but you have to put in the hard work!

Are you a WHS Senior who would like to apply for the program?
Please fill out the College & Career Mentor Program Student Form 

Volunteer Mentors in the College Mentor Program are:

  • Available to meet with their mentee weekly or biweekly.
  • College graduates or certificated professionals with a heart for service, dedicated to helping students reach their goals.
  • Able to meet students where they are and celebrate who they are
  • Excited to encourage, guide, and support their mentee every step of the way

Would you like to become a mentor? Please fill out the following forms:
College Mentor Program Application & Bio
Wenatchee School District Volunteer Background Check Form

Upcoming Events

August 13
August 13

Board Meeting

6:00 PM

August 19

Board Workshop

1:00 PM

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