Current Mentors

Creating a Network of Support

The Horizon Scholars Program believes in “creating a village” around each of our students that provides them with the tools they need to live full and happy lives. Each village would not be complete without dedicated and caring members of the community who volunteer their time to mentor our students and advocate for their academic and personal success.


Horizon Scholars Mentors

Horizon Scholars mentors work individually with 9th-12th grade students across all 20 high schools in Orange County.  Mentors provide their student with advice on personal, professional, and academic growth. Horizon Scholars mentors meet with their student a minimum of twice per month during the academic year for approximately 30-45 minutes each visit. Mentoring sessions typically occur at the student’s high school during the student’s lunch break or virtually after school.

Horizon Scholars mentors are provided with the training and resources needed to develop meaningful relationships with their student. Throughout the year, a variety of networking events and professional development opportunities are offered for our mentors.

Why Mentor?

By serving as a mentor, you will make a meaningful and lasting impact on a student in Central Florida. Mentors meet with their students twice per month, connect students with opportunities, and share their knowledge about college and career readiness. We invite you to be a part of the Horizon Scholars village, and play an integral role in helping students achieve their personal and educational goals that will enable them to become productive citizens in the world they will inherit.

Become a Mentor

For more information about becoming a mentor, please  complete our Mentor Interest Form, call us at 407-582-3008, or email us at