WT’s Rural Resilience and Opportunity on the High Plains AmeriCorps program (R2OHP) is seeking mentors in several Panhandle sites, according to a press release from WT’s Communication Dept.
R2OHP is seeking mentors in Tulia, Hereford, Canyon, Pampa and, Borger, and planned service sites in Friona, Clarendon, Childress, Canadian, Dalhart and Dumas,
Selected applicants will receive a living allowance each month and, at the end of the program, can receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award to help pay for educational expenses and student loans, the university stated.
Mentors can be students from WT, Amarillo College, Frank Phillips College and Clarendon College, as well as retired teachers, counselors and other members of the community
Zoom informational sessions will be held during the month of June.
To register for the AmeriCorps program, go to the AmeriCorps Information website.