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Welcome to Kansas Mentors

"Providing every young Kansan access to a caring and quality mentor."

Kansas Mentors is a statewide mentoring partnership that connects existing mentoring programs with one another and serves as a resource center for communities wishing to start a program. Kansas Mentors works to promote the great mentoring opportunities found throughout the state.

We believe that all children deserve a caring adult role model in their lives to support and guide them; our mission is to help make this a reality. In reflection of that vision, Kansas Mentors focuses its work in two areas:

1. Ensuring young Kansans are receiving the highest quality mentoring services;
2. Recruiting more Kansans to become involved in these efforts.

While you're here, check out our mentoring FAQ page and directory of local programs.





Kansas Mentors no longer accepting applications for the 2016 Recruitment & Retention Mini-Grant.

Download the Guide to Mentoring Boys and Young Men of Color, created through a collaboration among MENTOR and the My Brother's Keeper Alliance.



Website is under construction!  Please bear with us while we work to transition our website over to a new server and make appropriate updates. If you have questions or concerns about the content of this website, please contact KM at mentor@ksde.org or 785-368-6211.


Find a Mentoring Program Near You

KM is an affiliate of MENTOR

Sign Up to Mentor

Fill out a quick form and we can connect you with a mentoring program near you!


News & Events

Register now for the July Collaborative Mentoring Webinar Series: Preparing Mentees and Families for Successful Matches



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