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Teacher and Student

Youth Mentorship

Youth Mentorship
Youth mentorship provides a meaningful connection between an individual and a mentor that influences their lives at home, school, work, and community. Research has indicated that mentoring significantly reduces depressive symptoms and provides a positive social attitude in relationships (The Role of Risk, 2013). Data has revealed that youth involved in the court system and having a mentor are 70% more likely not to be re-offenders. The report shows that mentors who provide guidance, skills, and accountability positively influence how youth act and respond to others.

Being a mentor positively impacts academics and social and economic prospects because it provides accountability and responsibility and lays a blueprint for future planning. Statistics have shown that youth that meets regularly with mentors are 52% less likely than peers to skip a day in school and 37% less likely to miss a class. Youth who face opportunity gaps but have a mentor are 55% more likely to enroll in college and 46% less likely to start using illegal drugs. Hope For The Future provides the following but is not limited to:


One on one support

  •  One-on-One Support: We shall assign a mentor to each youth that is an at-risk juvenile.
The mentor will meet with the mentee at least two hours a week to provide anticipatorily
guidance, set goals, and process their academics and behavior in school and at home.

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Peer Pressure & Bullying Workshops

  •  Peer Pressure & Bullying Workshops: We will have workshops regarding peer pressure and help individuals understand how peer pressure can lead to severe

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  • Leadership Development: We teach youth how to become leaders and lead otherseffectively. We assist with goal setting, building relationships, and self-control. Our youth leadership development prepares the youth to meet the challenges and barriers of adolescence and adulthood that help them gain skills, techniques, and coping mechanisms to become successful.

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Conflict Resolutions

  •  Conflict Resolutions: We shall teach young people problem-solving skills and conflict resolution that they can use throughout their lives. We shall work on ways to handle conflict without aggressive behaviors. Our youth will have scenarios and role plays to encourage them to solve problems, discuss how the impact affects them, and the benefits of effectively resolving conflict. Our teams shall also discuss boundaries and personal space to know when it is violated or misused. We shall have group talks about social issues that impact an individual’s society to teach them how to solve problems.

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  • Life Skills: Teaching life skills addresses the needs of younger people. Life skills development helps improve self-esteem, provide practical applications to cognitive, emotional, and social development, and allows them to prepare for adulthood. Our team will focus on domestic cleaning, grooming, problem-solving, being a team player, and how to interact with others appropriately.

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  • College Tours: Our team will work with families and plan college tours for high school students. We will visit some HBU colleges throughout North Carolina to educate them on the history and allow them to explore the college campus.

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