Mentoring Program Phases

Client 5

Phase 1

Launch  the mentoring program for high-school students

Client 6

Phase 2

Add special needs, high-school students, into the mentoring program.

Client 4

Phase 3

Offer mentoring services to youths in college/vocational fields/entrepeneurs.

Client 1

Phase 4

Offer mentoring services to post college/vocational students

Grade level Services

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12th Grade 

Mentoring

Shadowing

Individual Development Plan

Soft skills Development

College Process Guidance

Scholarship coaching

Other

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11th Grade

Mentoring

Shadowing

Individual Development Plan

Soft skills Development

College Process Guidance

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10th Grade

Mentoring

Shadowing

Individual Development Plan

Soft skills Development

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9th Grade

Mentoring

Shadowing

Individual Development Plan

Soft skills Development

Value of Mentoring

Mentoring Facts:

Young Adults Who Were At-Risk For Falling

Off Track But Had a Mentor Are:

  1. 55 % more likely to enroll in college

  2. 78% more likely to volunteer regularly

  3. 90% are interested in becoming a mentor

  4. 130% more likely to hold leadership position

  5. Students who meet regularly with their mentors are 52% less likely than their peers to skip a day of school and 37% less likely to skip a class

The Mentoring Effect, 2020 Published in mentoring.org and Public/Private Ventures study of Big Brothers Big Sisters