Behavioral and Mental Health

Job Training and Employment

Mentoring for Military and their Spouses who are Transitioning to Civilian Life

We are searching for Superheroes who go above and beyond in the name of helping others. This project is part of our Mentoring services offered to Military members and their spouses who are transitioning to Civilian life.
Jul 17, 2019  4:00PM
1 Hours
1 Shifts Available
Volunteers Who Stepped Up
  • Laura Guillory

More Details

Overview- Mentoring is one of our most used Resources. The program is designed to pair up a Veteran or the family member of a Veteran with a mentor who can offer guidance, suggestions, advice, and tips on their transition and current struggles. This can include anything from helping a Vet prepare for an interview to brainstorming what fields they want to work in to identifying their strengths and how to showcase them. Our mentors will be a consistent face to help the mentee with specific goals.

Each mentoring session is 30-45 minutes long and the Mentee is required to submit goals for you to focus on. The Mentor is able to view these beforehand in order to prepare for the meeting. All meetings are held through our site in order to protect your confidential information. All calls are done via video so you can see the person you are mentoring.

Skills Needed

    -Great Listening Skills

    -Must be Responsible, Dependable, Considerate, and Optimistic

    -Ability to take in information and relay back common themes or suggest actions based on that  information

    -Ability to assist in achieving goals

    -No previous military experience required


-Be prepared and on time for EVERY scheduled mentor/mentee session. Cancellations within 24 hours must be for emergency situations only.

-Adhere to the Set Ready policies.

-Connect with your Mentor Contacts if you have any situations arise that you are unequipped to deal with (more on this in the Mentor Onboarding).

-Be professional in every form of communication with Mentees

-Set Ready is an organization that accepts all people regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, disability, and all other protected classes. We expect all Mentors to treat Mentees with respect and dignity regardless of your personal opinion.


    -Access to a computer that has a webcam and is compatible with our software program.

    -Typing up brief notes after each session

    -Completing Mentor Training before your first session

    -Ability to dedicate 30-45 minutes of your time bi-weekly for 3 months

    -Ability to undergo and pass a background check.


Next Steps

After you apply, if you are selected to move forward we will schedule a phone call with you. If you keep moving forward in the process then we will have you undergo a background check and then attend a Mentor Onboarding which will prepare you for being a mentor.

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