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Success Isn't About How money You Make, It's About The difference You Make In People's Lives.

Michelle Obama

WHY Mentor?

Did you know just one caring adult invested in a young person’s life can make a huge impact on their ability to thrive for a lifetime? Perhaps that one caring adult could be you!

 

Mentors Like YOU:

  • Prioritize the safety and well-being of youth.

  • Create a safe, supportive, and fun environment for youth to thrive.

  • Make meaningful and authentic connections with youth on a weekly basis.

  • Ask questions and listen to help youth communicate their interests, needs and goals.

  • Encourage youth to explore their interests and support their skill development.

  • Are open, honest, non-judgmental, and willing to share interests, skills and experiences.

  • Model safe, healthy, positive attitudes and behaviors.

 

Mentoring Benefits YOU, Too

  • Receive training and professional development on diverse topics to enhance both your professional and personal growth.

  • Attain satisfaction from helping youth explore interests, develop skills and thrive.

  • Establish meaningful, safe, and positive relationships with your mentees.

  • Expand your personal and professional network.

 

Help Us Prioritize the SAFETY and WELLBEING of Youth

  • Be 19 years or older.

  • Pass all required safety and background checks and screenings (including pre-screening application, interview, reference checks and assessment).

  • Reference a positive employment record.

  • Follow all organizational safety policies and procedures regarding appropriate youth contact.

 

TIME COMMITMENT

  • Attend a no less than one (2) group sessions a month mentoring the young men that are a part of the programs provided by Redefined Life.

  • Attend the monthly mentor training

  • Attend the annual Mentoring Retreat.

"Mentoring promotes positive social attitudes and relationships. Mentored youth tend to trust their parents more and communicate better with them."
- The Role of Risk, 2013

BECOME A MENTOR