Mentorship Opportunities

Community Service Hours Mentorship Spring 2022

Community Service Hours (CSH) Mentors are college students who bolster the CSH Program by organizing tasks within Youth4Climate and empowering participants to build their skills while taking on tasks that contribute to Y4C. CSH Mentors are responsible for supportive tasks in the following areas:

  1. Volunteer Coordination & Education and Outreach
  2. Events
  3. Communications
  4. Policy and Campaigns

If you are interested in becoming a CSH mentor, we would love to have you! Please fill out the commitment form here, or reach out to Megan ( for more information.

Eco-Club Coalition Mentorship 2021-2022


Youth4Climate (Y4C) Eco-Club Coalition (ECC) mentors are committed college students who spend about 4-5 hours per month with their high school club leader mentee. ECC mentors are trained by Youth4Climate staff and volunteers. ECC mentors come to us looking for community, opportunities for climate justice activism, fun, and empowerment!

What ECC Mentors Do

  • Guide eco club leaders in building their club and impact
  • Support your club members throughout the term  
  • Mentor students to build their passions through their eco club
  • Help to spark discussions and organize leadership trainings for eco clubs

Essential Skills

  • Enthusiasm and strong social skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Passion for climate justice and for mentoring youth

What ECC Mentors Gain

  • Leadership and organizing experience that you can put on your resumé
  • Community service hours
  • An incredible community of college students working with an amazing group of high schoolers
  • Contributing to a just, liveable future

Volunteering Details

Eco Club Coalition (ECC) Mentors are college students matched with youth club leaders in San Diego and support their mentee with encouragement and guidance in developing timelines, setting goals, and executing projects. We are no longer looking for ECC mentors this year. Check again next school year!

Questions? Email Megan Phelps, the Y4C Intern: 

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