PAC Mentorship Programs
The Laurel Foundation is excited to announce its new partnership with the Pediatric AIDS Coalition of UCLA. This new partnership will host 4 Mentorship Day Camps and one weekend retreat for youth ages 8-17 affected by HIV/AIDS.
Mentorship events are geared toward children (ages 6-18) affect by HIV/AIDS, whether through their own experience or the experience of a family member. These are daytime events hosted by members of PAC on UCLA’s campus and around Los Angeles. The purpose of these events is to give children a chance to spend time in a safe space with others that may be experiencing a similar journey. Activities include scavenger hunts, picnics and BBQs, visits to the UCLA campus and excursions in the greater Los Angeles area. They are free for participants and include transportation, meals and group discussions!
Fall Mentorship: Sunday, November 24, 2019
Winter Mentorship: Sunday, March 1, 2020
Spring Mentorship: Sunday, April 19, 2020
Watch a recap of past Mentorship fun!
PAC Life Skills Retreat - May 15-17, 2020
Life Skills Retreat is a weekend-long retreat starting at UCLA and ending at a mountain retreat. Led by PAC members, it is catered toward young adults transitioning from high school to adulthood. This program aims to give attendees the opportunity to connect with others on a similar path, while learning skills helpful in preparing for life as a young adult. The retreat is free for participants and includes transportation, meals and group discussions.
Tutoring sessions are held throughout the year for our children and youth to get some individual help on any homework or classwork they have. Whether it be math, science, reading, or even preparing for a job interview or college applications, PAC can offer support in every subject! Join us for their next tutoring session!
For more information contact Andrea, and visit the PAC website.