CAP is currently recruiting volunteers to work one-on-one with students in the Bozeman Public Schools. In just one hour a week, you can help kids succeed, support Bozeman Schools and give back to our community.

Do you have one hour a week to help kids in the Bozeman Schools Thrive? For over twenty years, the Child Advancement Project (CAP) has been matching caring and nurturing volunteers with students in the Bozeman Public Schools. In just one hour a week, you can help kids succeed, support Bozeman Schools and give back to our community. CAP matches community volunteers with students in all grades Kindergarten through twelfth grades. CAP Mentors work one-on-one with students to increase academic and social competency and to enhance opportunities for academic challenge. They provide support and encouragement, help students discover and build upon their individual strengths, and affirm student’s ability to shape their own futures. Mentor efforts complement those of the teacher and the family. CAP, one of the first school-based mentor programs in the country increases student academic performance, social competence, class participation and decreases negative student behaviors.  Discover the Power of an Hour, be a CAP Mentor!  To find out more information, or to apply online, go to www.allthrive.org or call 585-7929.