Mentorship Program Hosts Pumpkin Carving Event

The Office of Community, Inclusion, and Equity (C.I.E.) kicked off the year by hosting their first Pumpkin Carving event. Mentors and mentees carved pumpkins, ate, spent time with friends, developed new relationships and a stronger bond with their mentor/mentee. 

Gilman's Mentoring Program aims to shepherd Lower and Middle School boys through their Gilman journey, offering them support and fellowship along the way, by pairing boys together in mentor-mentee teams. Mentors are Upper School students.

Interested in becoming a mentor? The Mentoring Program is currently looking for dedicated and committed Upper School students to take on the amazing efforts of being a role model in the life of a lower or middle school student.  This role includes but is not limited to a commitment to support, visit with your mentee weekly, fellowship, and attend meetings and events.   

* Mentee registration will reopen for the 2020-2021 school year in the Spring.