Become a CAP mentor for the 2023-2024 school year
In just one hour a week, as a Child Advancement Project (CAP) mentor you can help a child believe in themselves. Join our community of over 300 students and professionals invested in local children.
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What is the Child Advancement Project?
The Child Advancement Project (CAP) matches adult volunteers from the community with children in Bozeman and Big Sky Public Schools.
These mentors work one-on-one with students in grades preK-12 to provide support and encouragement. Mentors help students discover and build upon their individual strengths, and affirm students' ability to shape their own futures.
CAP mentors are screened, trained and supervised by professional CAP Coordinators, establishing a community of volunteers who are engaged in the local school system and invested in the future of their community.
Each year, over 300 community members spend an hour a week working towards a common cause: helping local kids in the Gallatin Valley reach their full potential.
Get Involved with CAP
By the Numbers
Meet your School's CAP Coordinator
Thrive Liaison - Longfellow Elementary School
Thrive Liaison - Irving Elementary School
Thrive Liaison - Hawthorne Elementary School
Thrive Liaison - Emily Dickinson Elementary School
Thrive Liaison - Whittier Elementary School
Thrive Liaison - Saddle Peak Elementary
Thrive Liaison - Meadowlark Elementary School
Thrive Liaison - Morning Star Elementary School
Thrive Liaison - Hyalite Elementary School
Our generous CAP sponsors
Thrive as an organization would not exist without the generous support of many individuals and partners who donate their time, materials and energy to this cause. Here are a few local businesses that continue to deserve our gratitude.