The Montgomery County Mentors Program is made up of professionals from a wide variety of industries who participate in and contribute to the educational curriculum which allows CMCM Mentoring University clients to learn from local experts, helping them gain confidence in their ability to be successful and assisting them to choose the right career paths.
Benefits of Being a Mentor:
Play an active part in reducing poverty and suffering
in Montgomery County
Be further established as an expert in your field
Receive a Montgomery County Mentor plaque
to hang in your office and a graphic denoting your mentoring title.
Be recognized for your knowledge as the films are utilized in many programs across the city
(schools, other nonprofits and organizations, etc. are welcome to utilize the CMCM Mentoring University Curriculum)
Receive good PR for you/your company
as you are seen participating in the reduction of poverty
Utilize the eCourses which you teach,
being filmed and edited at no cost to you, but the contribution of your time and expertise
Be invited to exclusive CMCM Mentoring University events and activities
including free tickets to the GREAT ADVICE film premiere gala
Be listed in the CMCM Expert Directory
with links to your website(s)
Breaking the cycle of poverty in Montgomery County, Texas and serving the parents of children in MISD and our veterans who are living below the poverty line, through engagement and education leading to gainful employment; providing a livable income meeting the needs of the family the wage-earner is supporting.
We are securing strong partnerships with local corporations and businesses as well as the centers of higher education that CMCM Students may elect to attend such as Lone Star Community College.
Montgomery County Mentors are invited to participate in the Family Empowerment Program by giving speeches on topics which relate to improving family life. The seminars are primarily for the clients of Coat of Many Colors Ministries, but all members of Montgomery County are invited and encouraged to attend.
The seminar is held at the Lone Star Community Center on the second and third Thursday evenings of the month. All speeches will be filmed and added to the CMCM Family Empowerment Archive, along with other Montgomery County Mentors films, and will be available to everyone.
Food Distribution Center (FDC)
Currently Serving approximately 100 families a month in the Montgomery, Dobbin, Daucas and surrounding counties.
We provide non-perishable health oriented foods to our clients and people for the purpose of meeting emergency food needs as a part of building self-sufficiency and independence. The Food Distribution Center daily operations includes, but is not limited to, the following: