Youth mentoring is the process of matching mentors with young people who need or want a caring, responsible adult in their lives. The goal of youth mentoring programs is to improve the well-being of the child by providing a role model that can support the child academically, socially and/or personally.
We offer gender specific mentoring programs on-site, in the community, and virtually. In addition, 1:1 mentoring and group mentoring are also available.
E-mentoring allows participants to communicate at their own convenience and beyond time zones since it eliminates the need for them to be in the same physical location.
Mentors and Mentees will be paired based on areas of interest. The Mentee-Mentor pair can then meet and talk at mutually convenient times in person or virtually .
Group mentoring utilizes multiple mentors and mentees in a group setting. Although structured as a group, learning is individual and each mentee works on his or her own unique needs and development goals.
B.O.Y.S. serves boys in Grades 7-8 with mentoring, academic skill set training, university linkage, and technology training.
The curriculum speaks to the three fundamental skills on which all other skills can be built: communication, decision making, and goal setting.
Our B.O.Y.S. facilitators present a well-planned and well-run mentoring program having tremendous impact. For more information, email email@example.com.
G.E.R.L.S. was designed to assist girls in Grades 9-12 in discovering a way to address real life situations that impede their ability to realize their place in this world. Mentoring, group discussions, guest speakers, projects, workshops, and community service activities are offered year-round aimed to educate the participants to reach their fullest potential.
For more information or to register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
C.H.A.S.E. has five (5) distinct mentoring programs. Participants must participate in the C.H.A.S.E. program under Career Exploration as a pre-requisite to enrolling in the Mentoring Academy.
The central program of C.H.A.S.E., these students desire to become business owners and they meet with their mentors frequently and participate in structured programs of support.
Fast Track focuses on students who prefer joining the workforce over going to college.
Runways engages youth who want to become business owners and teaches them the intricacies of the business plan development phase.
This program provides field trips for students with an on-the-job look at business.
Internships provide a hands-on experience phase giving direction and guidance.