District Mentor Programs

  • All-In Mentoring

  • Make a difference in a student’s life. Become a Mentor in three easy steps!

    1. Click here to complete the Mentor Interest Form
    2. Attend mentor training
    3. Complete the required volunteer criminal history application


    Research shows that students with a mentor are 52% less likely to skip a day of school, 78% more likely to volunteer in their community, and 130% more likely to hold leadership positions in school activities (mentoring.org).  

    Fort Bend ISD uses three different mentor models where all mentors meet with mentees for approximately 30 minutes, once a week:

    Community to Student: Trained community members are matched with a student at an elementary school where mentors spend time reading developmentally appropriate books with their mentees.

    District to Student: This model, known as the All-In Mentoring Program, entails District employees mentoring  a select group of students at a designated campus to provide literacy support in partnership with the campus team.                                                                                                                           

    Peer-to-Peer: This model entails either high school upperclassmen mentor freshmen students or middle school 8th graders who mentor 6th grade students. The focus of peer mentoring is social-emotional health, decision-making skills, and a successful transition from each grade level.



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