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iSTEM MENTORING

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The program empowers youth and families

to take charge of their lives.

This is done by addressing their situation and empowering them with tools and resources that focus on the following empowerment zones.

  1. Home: Coming together as families

  2. School: Investing in skills that last

  3. Community: Commitment towards leadership

  4. The Temple: Your health is your greatest wealth

 

WHAT IS A MENTOR?

A mentor is defined as a safe adult friend who is a good role model. 

They are more experienced and stable in life and seek to further the development of character and competence in a younger person and helps them to build confidence and self-esteem.

WHAT IS THE ROLE OF A NPP MENTOR?

  • Mentors commit to spending quality time with their mentee

  • Make sure that the mentee is safe during activities and safely returns home after

  • Keeps information shared by mentee confidential, unless the mentor believes the mentee will harm themselves or someone else

  • Communication with program staff

  • A mentor is not an ATM machine, but may need to spend some money from time to time.

 
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