Make a Difference! Become a Mentor!

Volunteer's

Requirements to be a Mentor

  • Must be at least 18 years old

  • Must live in Uinta County

  • Must be willing to undergo background and reference checks, and complete a training session

  • Commit to one year

  • Meet with youth for 4-6 hours per month

  • Communicated with youth on a weekly basis

Contact Us

Anna M. Kunz

Program Coordinator

Business Volunteers

providing career exploration for youth

  • 1st Bank

  • B.O.C.E.S.

  • Bear River Dental

  • Bear River Veterinary Clinic

  • Benedict’s Grocery
  • Big O Tires

  • Bridger Valley Electric

  • Bridger Valley Pioneer

  • Car Qwest

  • Bridger Valley Children’s Learning Center

  • City of Evanston

  • Compassionate Journey

  • Covolo Auto

  • Evanston Child Development Center

  • Evanston Park & Recreation

  • Evanston Police Department

  • Evanston Regional Hospital

  • Eve’s Garden

  • Family Financial Education Foundation

  • Hair Etc.

  • Historical Fort Bridger

  • Holiday Inn

  • Hoover Chiropractic 

  • Karizma Salon & Day Spa

  • LaVonne’s Cut n ‘Sun

  • LUCDA

  • MJB Veterinary Services

  • Myers Anderson Architects

  • NGL Connections

  • Porter’s Fireworks

  • Quality Propane Inc.

  • Rocky Mountain Power

  • Scan-it Shred-it Image-it

  • Scotts Autobody & Glass

  • SGL Group - The Carbon Co.

  • Shop Co

  • Smith’s Food

  • Soroptomist of Evanston

  • Stateline Metals

  • Town of Mtn. View

  • Trona Valley Credit Union

  • U.S. Forest Service in Evanston & Mtn. View

  • Uinta County Attorney Office

  • Uinta County Herald

  • Uinta County Public Health

  • Uinta County Recycling

  • Uinta County Sheriff’s Dept.

  • Union Telephone

  • Wells Fargo Bank

  • Western Wyoming Community College

  • White Mtn. Lumber

  • Wyoming Department of Transportation

  • Wyoming Sate Hospital

  • Evanston Chamber of Commerce

If you would like to volunteer as a business mentor please contact us.

Almost 71% of working age Americans with disabilities are unemployed yet want to to work, and over 1/3 says they want more education and training.

Contact Us

Wanda Rogers

Executive Director

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