Mentorship Opportunities

If you have a group of students that is looking for a mentor and would like to post on this page, please contact us.


First Lego League
One time

The First Lego League is having their annual tournament right here in Rochester next weekend (Dec 8/9). It is a real blast - more than a hundred kids pack Willow Creek Middle School and are bubbling over with excitement about showing off their robots! Mark Schleusner is looking for volunteers for all kinds of positions and most of them are non-technical. If you can't volunteer, come out and cheer on the main competition in the auditorium between 9:30 am and noon! You can see all the positions here:

Boys and Girls Club of Rochester
Monthly on the second Wednesday

The Boys and Girls Club of Rochester runs an "Hour of Code" on the second Wednesday of every month for ages 8-14. Students choose their activities and mentors simply help them when they get stuck. No coding experience is required as most activities are visual puzzles and the students usually just need help understanding the instructions.

Young Authors Young Artists
One or two days

The RAYTC is offering a "Light up your art!" session at the Middle School Young Authors Young Artists (YAYA) conference on October 25th and 26th. We are looking for 3 high school students to volunteer (one or both days) from 9 am to 2 pm. Sign up is here: or contact us with questions!

Boys and Girls Club of Rochester
Monthly, on the second Wednesday from 5-7 pm.

The Boys and Girls Club of Rochester is hosting their first "CoderDojo". The curriculum and instruction is all provided, but we need six volunteers each month to help the students with one-on-one attention. 

NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED! We are just looking for adults who can model a desire to learn.

If you can spare 2 hours of your time on the second Wednesday of any month, please sign up here:

Lourdes Technovation Team
Friday Afternoons 3:15 - 5:15

The Lourdes High School "Technocrats" is looking for a mentor.

Technovation[MN] brought the Global Technovation Challenge to Minnesota in 2014. The Technovation Challenge is the largest and longest-running global technology competition exclusively for girls to inspire the pursuit of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).