The Brillion School & Community Mentor Program


What is the Mentor Program?

The Mentor Program is a school and community program in which responsible, caring adult and high school volunteers are matched one-on-one with students who need encouragement to succeed in school.

Who are the Mentors?

The Mentors are adults from the community and high school students who like kids. They represent all kinds of jobs, hobbies, interests, education and ages. These kind, generous volunteers receive training, then are matched one-on-one with students. Each mentor and student meet once a week at school for one class period.

What Do Mentors Do?

  • They encourage the student to set goals and develop good study habits.
  • They help the student feel special, talented and capable of success.
  • They respect a student's privacy.
  • They broaden the student's world by sharing their experiences.
  • They meet 1-3 students at school on a regular basis. Each session lasts approximately 30 minutes.
  • They may play games, help with assignments, visit or do activities suggested by the child's teacher.

What if I would like to find out more?

You may contact the office at (920) 756-3624