Evanston Hockey's mentorship program is designed to build relationships between youth and intermediate players.
Four mentors – at the 14U (Bantam) and/or HS level – will be split into pairs and assigned to a youth team for the 2017-18 season. Mentors will spend the entire season mentoring the youth players through participation in certain practices, games and off-ice activities.
The program is open to boys and girls in the house, travel or high school program. Evanston Hockey will evaluate the program at the end of the season to determine whether to expand it for future seasons.
Become a member of the assigned team and encourage camaraderie amongst yourself and the players.
Participate in periodic practices and games.
Assist with the planning of an off-ice social activity with the team.
Assist with the planning of a volunteer or community service project.
Mentors must be playing at the 14U (Bantam) or High School level for the 2017-18 season.
Mentors must be willing to commit to two-to-three program-related activities per month during the entire season.
Willingness to work with youth hockey players and encourage camaraderie amongst the team.
Strong passion for the game and a desire to share that passion with youth players.
Be responsive and communicative with the team coaches and the director of the mentorship program to ensure program success.
Coordinate and collaborate activities with your co-mentor.
To apply to be a mentor, please complete this form: https://goo.gl/forms/YmWFYerHdNlpIVf42
If you have any questions about the mentor program, please email
. Tim Riley, a board member, serves as director of the mentorship program.