VOLUNTEERS are NEEDED as character coaches in the Queen Anne's County Public Schools for the

2019-2020 school year! 

Do you want to be a Character Counts! coach? Come join us for one of the New Coach Training Classes and get started today ...

Please contact us for details!!

 

Please consider reaching out to our children and youth, who are our greatest assets. Join our growing family of volunteers who make a positive impact on our community. They need YOU to be that caring resource to help them be all that they can be!

Programs

All children and youth need caring, supportive adults in their lives in order to become responsible, productive citizens in their community. 

 

The Character Counts! Advisory Council believes in using a four-step model to help build citizens of character.

Meet Our Staff

Advisory Board 

Character Counts! Coordinator

Character Counts! Coach Specialist

 

Contact Us

Become a Character Coach!

 

Join the Mentoring Program! 

Make a Donation! 

About Us

The Queen Anne's County Character Counts! Program has joined forces with the CommUNITY Mentoring Partnership and Developmental Assets to have the largest possible impact on the youth of Queen Anne's County.

Upcoming Events

Character Counts! Advisory Council

If you would like to become a member, Please come join us - we meet  at 8:30 on the 3rd Wednesday of every month. 

 

 VOLUNTEERS are NEEDED as mentors  in

Queen Anne's County 

Make a difference in the lives of those who are in need of mentoring. Mentoring helps one make better decisions that affect their lives

and empowers them to fulfill their dreams.

 

*Providing  Opportunities for Youth

Ages 16 to 24

 

 

 

*Mentors must be 18 years or older.  

Consider nominating someone you know for the 

"Pillar of Character Award"...

Contact the office to nominate someone. 

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