Graduation Assistance Program (GAP)

Project GAP (Graduation Assistance Program) is a mentorship program tailored to enable students to successfully complete high school and plan for a successful future after high school. Project GAP’s main objectives are to provide encouragement, advocacy, goal setting and problem-solving skills that will establish the student in a positive pattern of living for their present and future!

Project GAP Mentors help students in many ways!

  • Provide support to local youth
  • Build relationships/support through meeting with a student once a week or twice a month
  • Commit to a student for a full school year or more
  • Help increase graduation rates

 

We need mentors!

To inquire about becoming a volunteer mentor please contact Laura Saunders at 541-226-6169 or email [email protected]

Click here for Mentor Application 

 

 

This program is brought to Hidden Valley students by the Josephine County Foundation and the Meyer Memorial Trust.

Meyer trust

 Meyer Memorial Trust is the largest   supporter of our Graduation   Assistance  Program (G.A.P.) which is   a mentorship program tailored to   enable students to successfully complete high school and plan for a successful future after high school. Meyer Memorial Trust has a mission is to work with and invest in organizations, communities, ideas and efforts that contribute to a flourishing and equitable Oregon. Their support for this project is immeasurable and is changing the lives of Oregon youth.