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PeerCorps 2019  Mentee Registration

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Thank you for your interest in PeerCorps. If you're looking for an unique service or B mitzvah program that allows you to pursue social justice rooted in Jewish values--you've come to the right place.  Depending on your grade level, you may select either Mentee (6th-8th) or  Kesher (9th).

The program fee for mentees is $125 per cycle (Fall and Spring), but we strongly encourage you to enroll for both cycles.

Questions? Please don't hesitate to email Rachel Libros at
Applicant's Contact Information

Please provide the applicant's email here only. The parent's email will be requested later in the application.

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Applicant's Address

Timing of Program
The following programs are available at the below times.
Sheridan Avenue Orchard
Mondays 5:30-7:30pm:
  • September 23
  • October 7 & 28
  • November 4 & 18
  • December 9
  • February 10 & 24
  • March 16
  • April 27
  • May 4 & 18
Circles East Liberty 
Tuesdays 6:30-8:30pm, w/ optional community dinner at 6pm!
  • September 17 & 24
  • October 29
  • November 5 & 19
  • December 10
  • February 11 & 25
  • March 17
  • April 21
  • May 5 & 19
Braddock Free Store
Saturdays 9am-12pm:
  • September 21
  • October 5 & 19
  • November 2 & 16
  • December 7
  • February 8 & 29
  • March 14
  • April 25
  • May 9 & 30
Weinberg Village 
Sundays 1-3pm:
  • September 22
  • October 6 & 20
  • November 3 & 17
  • December 8
  • February 9 & 23
  • March 15
  • April 26
  • May 17 & 31
If you have any questions, please write to Rachel Libros, you so much for your interest.

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Your Application Type
PeerCorps is a mentorship program inviting teens from all denominations to build deep relationships with one another and engage in community-based volunteering.

Mentee Experience: B Mitzah age students commit to about 2 sessions per month at a grassroots service organization September-December (Fall) and/or Jan-May (Spring). Mentees work and learn alongside Mentors with built-in reflection and learning around their service issue areas. Mentees are typically between 6th and 8th grade.

Kesher Experience: Similar to the mentee experience, but for teens looking for a bridge experience in-between being a Mentor and a Mentee. Kesher students are typically in 9th grade.

PeerCorps Mentee and Kesher Registration
The mentee program is structured around the academic year, with a fall and spring cycle that build upon each other. Please indicate which cycles you can join us for below.

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Adult Information

Please provide contact information for this applicant's parent/guardian(s).
First Parent/Guardian's Information

Second Parent/Guardian's Information

Wrapping Up

We are so excited that you or your family is participating in Repair the World Pittsburgh's PeerCorps programming. We are grateful for your support and your family's desire to serve.

To ensure the sustainability of the program, we ask all of our families to make a payment per cycle of $125. If you child is signing up for the entire year, this would be a $250 payment.

For those with more resources, we ask for you to consider giving more so as to make possible the participation of a child from a family who otherwise would not be able to. 

For those for whom the full fee represents a financial hardship, please select the payment option (either partial or full scholarship) that works for your family.

Your Family's Program Fees

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