Changemakers, Our Work for Students

Changing the Future One Student at a Time

“As a mentor, Jack always showed up. He was always supportive. He made me feel like he actually cared,” says Jerry, a 2015 Take Stock in Children graduate. “He’s honestly impacted my life so much in such a short amount of time. We’ve only known each other for two years and I feel like he’s changed my whole life.”SAM_1152

Many students, like Jerry, still need the extra guidance to successfully graduate high school and have an opportunity to earn a postsecondary education. Champions For Learning needs mentors and volunteers to give this guidance, and has many opportunities available for a variety of time commitments.

Mentors meet with the same student weekly during lunch on the student’s school campus (minimum of 15 times during the school year). The time that you invest in these children, will forever change their lives in a positive way. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, click here to download an application and learn more.

For community members who are interested in making a difference, but are looking for a short-term commitment, Champions For Learning is also seeking volunteers for College Goal Sunday on February 21, 2016, at Golden Gate High School and Saturday, February 27, 2016 at Immokalee High School and Palmetto Ridge High School.

To learn more about these and other volunteer opportunities, please come to our Champions Day Kickoff on November 18th at Hodges University by clicking here to RSVP.

Can’t make it to Champions Day, but still want to volunteer? Then please contact Pedro Lora at or 239-643-4755.