It's all about the kids.

We're a youth mentoring organization serving Nantucket kids and their families.

BECOME A MENTOR

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We need 1 to 1 mentors and tutors! Join us, and have a long-lasting impact on a child's life. LEARN MORE >

DONATE

There are many ways to help us achieve our "wish list." One way we can all help is by making a donation to MYNantucket. DONATE NOW >

PROGRAMS

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We offer four mentoring programs: Traditional 1 to 1, Breakfast Buddies, tutoring at NES and CPS. LEARN MORE >

Upcoming Events

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Sunday, June 21, 2015

The Iron Teams Relay is a six-leg, 33-mile adventure race across Nantucket for individuals or teams of up to six. The race includes a short run, swim, paddle, beach/all-terrain run, bike and long run. Learn More >

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The island’s landscape and gardening community go all out to present their best for the benefit of the kids in MYNantucket’s programs. Learn More >

ScreenShot20150209at90826AMMentoring Youth Nantucket (MYNantucket) improves and enriches the lives of at-risk island children through the friendship and guidance of our caring, responsible mentors. 

Our four outreach programs include traditional 1:1 mentoring, Breakfast Buddies in the Nantucket Public Schools, and two academic mentoring programs for elementary and middle school students.
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Traditional 1 to 1 Mentoring

Island children are matched with caring adult mentors who share their interests. Mentors and mentees meet on several occasions each month to spend quality time together. They enjoy activities that range from throwing baseballs to baking cookies to doing science experiments to good old-fashioned hangin' out. In short, a mentor is a friend. Learn More >

Breakfast Buddies

Local high school students volunteer to share a healthy breakfast, talk, play games, help with homework, do crafts, and simply hang out with their elementary school buddies. Breakfast Buddies not only benefits the elementary schoolers by providing them with friends and role models, but proves equally beneficial to the high school mentors, who learn how to be responsible, reliable leaders. Learn More >

Academic Mentoring

Local high schoolers volunteer to tutor third, fourth and fifth grade students after school. Under the supervision of a teacher, students spend several afternoons each week focusing on the young mentees' homework. Learn More >

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Adult volunteers from the Nantucket community—primarily retirees—tutor Cyrus Pierce Middle School students who are struggling academically. Learn More >

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