"Give Me Five"

GM5 provides mentoring for students in grades 5-8 during weekly group meetings at Milaca High School. We welcome students that want to learn how to make a difference in our community, practice social skills, and make new friends. Students must be referred to this program by parents or school staff. Our mentors come from many backgrounds and experiences and provide leadership and group mentoring to our participants that will last a lifetime. Students and mentors enjoy many activities together such as:
  • Cooking Meals
  • Playing Games
  • Field Trips
  • Making Projects
  • Fundraising
  • Community Service Opportunities such as planting trees
  • Monthly visits to the Elim Home
  • Much More...
For more information contact Milaca Community Education:
     Kathy Fitschen, Program Coordinator
     (320) 982-7193

Ways to support our program:
  • Donate aluminum cans (Can trailer in ALC parking lot)
  • Donate used cell phones and used inkjet cartridges for recycling (Drop off at Community Education/Activities Office)
  • Share a hobby by speaking to our group
  • Let us help with a community service project
  • Donate materials for projects
  • Make a tax deductible contribution
  • Purchase fund raising items
What is mentoring?
The passing on of accumulated wisdom.

What do you need to mentor?
  • An open mind
  • Tolerance
  • Patience
What do you provide as a mentor?
  • Validation
  • Friendship
  • Guidance
Mentors commit to:
  • Being a positive influence by listening and modeling respectful behavior
  • Providing time to support the mentoring relationship (minimum 4 hrs. per month)
  • Attending weekly or bi-weekly after-school/evening meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • Maintaining confidentiality in the relationship
  • Evaluating ongoing progress and providing honest feedback
  • Being willing to or agreeing to have a confidential interview and background check
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