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Description: Directing through Recreation, Education, Adventure, and Mentoring (DREAM) aims to close the opportunity gap for youth living in low-income housing communities in Vermont by providing programming and mentorship. Mentors and mentees meet on Dartmouth's campus to build community through shared activities, both in groups and one-on-one. Mentors also work in the broader Upper Valley community and with their mentees' families, hosting neighborhood dinners and planning special trips.
Time Commitment: 3:30-6:30pm every Friday for your remaining time at Dartmouth, plus 2-5 hours per term for special events
Setting: At Dartmouth or around the Upper Valley for special events
Group or One-on-One: Both
Population supported: Youth ages 5-18 living in low-income housing
Application Process: Applications will be available on Engage at the start of the winter term and will be due by Friday, January 15th at midnight, with interviews to follow.