GRAD Cincinnati

301 Oak Street Cincinnati, OH 45219
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Our mission GRAD Cincinnati raises expectation and achievement for all students by building high impact partnerships within the community to provide a premiere college readiness, access and support program.
Ways to help

Elementary Mentor

We have a high need for mentors at Ethel Taylor Academy as well as Roll Hill Academy to help our 2nd-grade mentees! You will meet your mentee once a week for 30 minutes during lunch time. Activities will be provided for you and your mentee to work on during your time together. After lunch, you will… See full description
  • Emotional, Enrichment (Arts), Social Skills
  • Elementary (5-10)
  • Same One Student
  • Abuse Survivors, Low Income Household, Mental Health
  • School
  • Individuals
  • 1 School Year
  • 1 Hour/Week
  • Weekday Mornings
  • Moderate

Mentor

Become a great motivator for a student looking to become a future leader! Great mentoring opportunities exist at Western Hills HS for students in grades 7th through 12th. Students look for someone who will continue to encourage them to make the better choices as they embark upon their teenage years and prepare for the next… See full description
  • Emotional, Social Skills
  • Middle School, High School
  • Same One Student
  • Academically at Risk, Food Insecure, Low Income Household
  • School
  • 1 School Year
  • 1 Hour/Week
  • Weekday Mornings, Weekday Afternoons, Weekends
  • In-depth
How you help GRAD Cincinnati serves students in the following schools: Hays-Porter School, Ethel M. Taylor Academy, Rees E. Price Academy, Roll Hill Academy, Oyler School, Riverview East Academy, Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School, and Western Hills University High School
About us GRAD Cincinnati improves the chances of success for urban youth. GRAD Cincinnati provides academic support to help students achieve in the classroom, grow as individuals and citizens of the community, graduate from high school and enter and complete a college education. It is specifically targeted to support over 3,500 students and nearly 170 teachers and principals within Cincinnati Public Schools.
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