Events & Activities
Unfortunately, due to the Pandemic, we will not be holding our traditional year-end pizza party and banquets. Each school, depending upon school regulations and space, will be holding a small get together outside for interested mentors and mentees. Contact your school coordinator for further details. We will host small senior banquets for senior mentees and their mentors for each high school. All banquets will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. on the dates listed below.
Urbana High School - May 11
Champaign Central High School - May 12
Champaign Centennial HIgh School - May 13
Continuing the Conversation
Optional Virtual Discussion for interested mentors
Thursday, April 1, May 6, 12 - 1, via Zoom
Join us to discuss the concepts of equity and how we, as mentors, can make a positive change toward improving our society through our own actions and through the children in our lives. We ask eack participant to read the book This Book is Anti-Racist, or watch the documentary, 13th, or listen to Podcast, Nice White Parents,. If you are interested in participating, contact Gina Sterling ().
Perspective217 - A conversation about mentoring
Jubal Croegaert, Mentor Coordinator at Franklin STEAM Academy, Garden HIlls Academy and Dr. Howard Elementary and current Central High School Mentor Adrian Flowers sat down with the hosts (Preston James and Kelly Walton - also a mentor) of "Perspective217" to talk about mentoring on February 2, 2021. What do they think about mentoring? Click the button below to find out!
Kiwanis of Champaign-Urbana donate $500.00 to One to One
Marc Changnon, CU Kiwanis Club presents a $500.00 check to Lauren Smith, Community Outreach Coordinator, Unit 4 Schools.
Marc Changnon from the Kiwanis Club of Champaign-Urbana dropped of a $500.00 check on September 18th to be used for scholarships!
Graduating Centennial Seniors - Class of 2020
Graduating seniors and their mentors look back on their years together, the impact mentoring has had, and why the CU 1-to-1 Mentor Program was so important to them.
Loir Ellinger, Tom Howley and Mayor Diane Marlin