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SOHO (Space of Her Own) is looking for mentors for the Old Town program, which meets Tuesday evenings. Read more for details on attending an orientation session:

SOHO—Space of Her Own program orientations will be held on Tuesday, May 14 and Tuesday, May 21 from 5:30–7:30 p.m. to orient prospective volunteers to the program, the mentor commitment and the application process. Click here to register.

SOHO is an creative mentorship program that serves pre-teen girls by providing yearlong mentoring through engagement in life skills instruction, creative art activities and meaningful community service projects. Each volunteer mentor makes a one-year commitment to the program, which fosters long-term relationships and culminates in the renovation of each girl’s bedroom, HGTV-style. SOHO utilizes evidence-based life skills curricula and the National Mentoring Partnership’s model program guidelines.

SOHO operates from September to June from two Alexandria locations:  The Art League’s Madison Annex on Tuesday evenings and on the West End of Alexandria (location and meeting times to be determined). To learn more about SOHO, please visit www.spaceofherown.org. E-mail questions to SOHO@spaceofherown.org. Mentor One Child. Change Two Lives.

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