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Over the course of his life as a student, father and Soldier, Jason has noticed a number of common themes associated with one’s inability to navigate the storms of life.  There is an active need for mentors to assist teens and young adults with questions and concerns associated with life circumstance they are struggling to navigate.  These life circumstances are most prevalent in Black American communities.

Through one of our mentorship program, we will assign an experienced person, known as a mentor, to guide and support a less experienced person, known as a mentee. This is done by sharing knowledge, skills, and experience to help the mentee grow and develop in their personal or professional life. Here are some detailed steps in our mentorship process:


Mentorship Process

  1. Establish the relationship: The mentor and mentee will establish a relationship based on trust and respect. This can be done by having an initial meeting where they can get to know each other and set expectations for the mentorship.
  2. Set goals: The mentor and mentee will discuss and set specific goals for the mentorship. These goals should be achievable, measurable, and relevant to the mentee’s personal or professional development.
  3. Create a plan: Once the goals have been set, the mentor and mentee will create a plan of action to achieve those goals. This plan will include specific activities, timelines, and milestones.
  4. Regular meetings: The mentor and mentee will have regular meetings to discuss progress, challenges, and opportunities for growth. These meetings can be in-person, online, or over the phone.
  5. Feedback: The mentor will provide regular feedback to the mentee on their progress. This feedback should be constructive, specific, and focused on helping the mentee achieve their goals.
  6. Celebrate successes: When the mentee achieves a goal or milestone, the mentor will celebrate their success and encourage them to keep moving forward.
  7. Evaluate and adjust: The mentorship process will be evaluated regularly to ensure that it is meeting the mentee’s needs and that progress is being made towards the goals. As required, adjustments will be made to the plan to ensure that the mentee is receiving the support they need to achieve their goals.

Overall, our mentorship programs are valuable tools for personal and professional development. By following these steps, the mentor and mentee can work together to achieve specific goals and help the mentee grow and develop in their personal or professional life.

Key Takeways

Mentorship is a powerful tool that can help individuals grow. There are many expected takeaways from mentorship that can make a significant positive impact on a person’s life.

Firstly, mentorship can provide guidance and direction. A mentor can share their knowledge and experience, helping the mentee to develop new skills and gain insights into their chosen field. This can lead to increased confidence and motivation, as well as a clearer understanding of what it takes to succeed.

Secondly, mentorship can provide networking opportunities. A mentor can introduce the mentee to their professional network, opening up new doors and opportunities for career advancement. This can be especially valuable for individuals who are just starting out in their careers and may not have established connections.

Finally, mentorship can provide emotional support. A mentor can offer encouragement, feedback, and advice, helping the mentee to navigate the challenges and obstacles that come with pursuing their goals. This can be particularly valuable during times of stress or uncertainty, providing a sense of stability and reassurance.

Overall, there are many expected takeaways from mentorship that can help individuals to achieve their goals and reach their full potential. Whether it’s guidance, networking, or emotional support, a mentor can provide valuable insights and resources that can make all the difference.

Mentorship Packages

Mentoring is a valuable investment in personal and professional growth. The costs associated with mentoring can vary depending on the length of the mentorship. Here is a list of mentorship packages we offer:

  • Career mentoring: A mentor can help a teen explore different career options, provide advice on education and training, and offer insight into the job market.
  • Academic mentoring: A mentor can assist with homework and study habits, provide guidance on college applications, and help prepare for standardized tests.
  • Personal development mentoring: A mentor can help a teen develop important life skills such as time management, organization, and goal-setting.
  • Sports mentoring: A mentor can offer guidance and support in pursuing athletic goals, providing coaching and training advice, and helping with college recruitment.
  • Creative mentoring: A mentor can provide support and guidance in pursuing creative passions, such as writing, music, or art.
  • Leadership mentoring: A mentor can help a teen develop leadership skills, such as communication, teamwork, and decision-making.
  • Financial mentoring: A mentor can provide guidance on managing money, budgeting, and understanding financial concepts.
  • Health and wellness mentoring: A mentor can offer guidance on healthy habits, nutrition, exercise, and mental health.
  • Community service mentoring: A mentor can encourage and facilitate involvement in community service activities, helping teens to develop empathy and social responsibility.
  • Cultural mentoring: A mentor can provide guidance on cultural norms and traditions, helping teens to understand and appreciate diversity in their communities. 

These are just a few examples of the many types of mentorship packages that can benefit teens. The specific details of each package will depend on the needs and interests of the teen and the expertise of the mentor.

Short-term mentoring

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Medium-term mentoring

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Long-term mentoring

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*Hourly fees: Depending on the mentor, hourly fees can range from $50 to $300 per hour.

***Materials: Mentors may require the purchase of books, workbooks, or other materials. These costs can range from $10 to $100 or more.***

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