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Mentors walk side-by-side with their students. They encourage, listen, and guide. They provide unconditional love that so many students have never experienced.

Right Lead mentors and students work together to do chores, including cleaning stalls and grooming and saddling horses. During the riding time mentors have the opportunity to encourage and give assistance when needed. In every class there is one-on-one time for the mentor and student to step away from the group for a time of discussion, connection and prayer.

Right Quest mentors learn side-by-side with their students. Discovery, learning, and fun provide excellent bonding opportunities and set the stage for relationships to grow. Right Quest also has one-on-one time for the mentor and student to talk and pray.

You don’t need to know anything about horses or be an outdoor expert to be a mentor! All you need is a willing spirit and a passion for kids. We will provide you with sufficient training to help you become a successful mentor.


Mentor Expectations

  • Make a one semester commitment. (A semester runs for 10 weeks in the fall and 10 weeks in the spring.)
  • Fill out an application, including consent for a background check.
  • Attend a mentor training session.
  • Drive participants to and from class, if possible.



Please provide the names and contact information of 3 adults who are not relatives and who know you well. At least one reference should come from a Pastor/Sunday School Teacher or Spiritual Leader. We need all 3 references before you can start mentoring. Please email the link to your references.