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Student-Refugee Mentor Initiative

The aim behind the Student-Refugee Mentor Initiative, or SRMI for short, is to help refugees, newcomers, and non-native English speakers improve their English proficiency. Students serve as mentors who regularly guide English learners to improving their knowledge of the English language. Mentorship is held over Zoom meetings for mentors to dedicate 2-3 hours each week. Both mentors and mentees must be at least 18 years of age. For any questions, contact us at programs.h4h@gmail.com

Our Partners

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Partnerships

Interested in learning more? We partner nationwide with organizations serving refugees, newcomers and non-native English speakers.

 

SRMI is free of charge to all partner facilities. To set up a call to learn more about partnering with SRMI, complete the short form below. Once submitted, please let our team know through a quick email sent to: programs.h4h@gmail.com

Mentors

Do you want to give back to our communities? Make impacts in populations that need a helping hand? SRMI includes a national presence of volunteers across the states. The time commitment is 2-3 hours per week for at least 6 months. Mentors must be at least 18 years old.

Applications are released each semester in the fall & spring. Stay tune for application announcements on our Instagram page or subscribe to our listserv below!

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