Go Girls In-School Mentorship

Peel HIV/AIDS Network (PHAN). A group of students collaborating on a project.

The Go Girls In-School mentorship program provides female youth with a young adult female role model and friend to talk to. Bigs and Littles will share experiences and stories of school and growing up for an hour every week.

Bonding over a board game, crafts, or hanging out in a playground helps kids reach their full potential. Mentoring programs can help keep kids in school, avoid bullying, and develop a greater respect for their family, peers, and community.


Log on to learn more about this program in a live chat with staff and partners on: 

  • Tuesday, September 21, 2021, from 6:30 pm-7:30 pm here! Password:298870
  • Wednesday, September 22, 2021, from 6:30 pm-7:30 pm here! Password: 686054


Program Details

The Go Girls In-School Mentorship is a partnership program with Peel District School Board and Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board where an adult mentor is matched with a child in elementary school in a 1:1 match. 

Typically mentees are aged 7-13, however, we anticipate more mentees in the age range of 10-13 this year due to the virtual format.

The focus of the match is fun and friendship. Recognizing that there is no in-person contact in schools, new exemptions have been put in place to have mentors be matched virtually 1:1 for this school year. Bonding over a board game, crafts, or hanging out in a playground helps kids reach their full potential. 


Volunteer Sign-Up

To enrol as a volunteer mentor, please:

  • Complete this form
  • Attend training session(s), which will be communicated to you once you sign up.
  • Meet virtually with your project team for training
  • Complete assigned tasks
  • Complete reflection activity after the program

There are limited spaces. Sign-up is on a first-come basis. Please note, a Police and Vulnerable Sector Check is needed as a final step to volunteering with mentees in this program. 



For all questions and feedback regarding Go Girls In-School Mentorship, please contact:

Martin Kengo
Community Engagement Coordinator, Community Mentorship

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