The Mentorship Program works to improve career, college, and military service readiness skills for high school seniors transitioning into these settings by supporting their academic achievement, self-esteem, and social competence. Our Board of Directors and Education Partners serve to assist graduating seniors in developing their character, social responsibilities, and their transition into life after high school.
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The benefits of mentoring:
Encouragement and support in striving for academic and professional excellence;
Development of knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for successful completion of academic and professional goals;
Motivation to develop supportive relationships with peers, faculty, and staff personnel;
Positive relationships which promote and enhance Mentee self-confidence;
Development of leadership skills;
Identification of appropriate professional resources;
Formulating plans, goals, and strategies for personal and professional goals; and
Networking in today’s society.
Students who receive quality mentoring are more likely to set higher goals and achieve at higher levels, and are...
55% more likely to enroll in college
73% higher median income
78% more likely to volunteer regularly
90% are interested in becoming a mentor
130% more likely to hold leadership positions
52% less likely than their peers to skip a day of school
37% less likely to skip a class
The Mentorship Program serves to build lasting professional and personal networks.
Advice on balancing academic and professional responsibilities with personal goals