At-Risk Students to Reach this Year360
Mentors Needed for this year65
Schools to Reach this Year4
The Clark County Chapter, based in Vancouver, WA, is actively mentoring students at four public schools during the 2015-2016 school year.
How It WorksTeach One to Lead One is a community mentoring program that teaches universal principles to lead at-risk kids into a life of purpose and potential.
Your organization has the incredible opportunity to take the risk away from at-risk kids. The best way to make an impact is to invest in your community.Become A Mentor
We make it easy to implement positive change in your students. With only a few months in the program, teachers can see the impact as grades rise and attitudes change.Bring T1L1 To Your School
Your organization has the incredible opportunity to take the risk away from at-risk away from at-risk kids. There’s no better way to make an impact than to invest in your community.Become A T1L1 Org
Participating SchoolsOur Teach One to Lead One Chapter proudly partners with these fine schools. Every day, our mentors bring principles directly into the classrooms that need it most.
|Hudson's Bay High School|
|Sifton Elementary School|
|Fort Vancouver High School|
|Battle Ground High School|
TestimonialsSee what mentors, teachers, and others are saying about the life-change that Teach One to Lead One makes in their community.
The mentors ALL appeared interested in the success and well being of each student.
Travis Drake, Principal in Battle Ground, WA
I've seen the pressure our society has placed on teenagers and it was so amazing to have mentors step into their lives.
Shad Gatson, Teacher in Vancouver, WA
It is nice to know that people in the community care about my future.
Courtney, Student in Clark County, WA
Teach One to Lead One ranks right up there as one of the best programs I have ever seen in my 37 year career in law enforcement.
Chuck Atkins, Clark County Sheriff