Mentoring Program

Middle & High School

Mentoring Program

Our "Heart to Succeed Mentoring and Leadership Development Program”  focuses on empowering youth and young adult~ both male and female through group mentoring, prevention, opportunities, education and life leadership skills design to build self-esteem and character.

JHOSI Y.A.T ~ Youth Action Team 

Our Youth Action Team (YAT) are selected each year. Our team consist of youth leaders with at least one Adult Advisor that plan and implement peer-focused prevention and community service projects that positively impact their peers and in the community. 

Health & Wellness

The goal of the program is to provide and cover all 

Five dimensions of wellness:

Emotional, Social, Spiritual, Physical, Educational. 

We have a AHA Certified Instructor who teaches AHA BLS and HS courses:

(CPR & First Aid Certification available).

S.T.E.M

STEM is an educational approach to learning that uses:

(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Children are our future: “Innovators, Educators, Leaders, and Learners” of the 21st century!

STEM allows individuals to connect their learning in these critical areas together with arts practices, elements, and design principles. This year we also have included Coding into our STEM Literacy program. 

The Red Ribbon Campaign

The campaign is designed to create awareness concerning the problems related to the use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs and to support the decision to live a drug-free lifestyle. Red Ribbon week is October 23rd - 31st.

Our goal is to provide opportunity to strengthen Anti-Drug Efforts and bring awareness to youth and young adults all year long. 2018 National Red Ribbon Week Theme: "Life Is Your Journey Travel Drug Free."

For more information click on the resource links below:

www.guideinc.org

www.teens.drugabuse.gov

Jared's Financial Literacy Program 

Jared's Financial Literacy series for families and youth/young adults.

The program is set to provide workshops to participants through interactive demonstration and active participation within small group of parents and/or children. Our goal is for each participant to adopt or modify their financial behavior upon completion of a workshop or completing the Financial Literary Series.


The series is divided into four quarters:

(January) 1st Quarter- Financial freedom with better money habits

(April) 2nd Quarter- Spending wisely and saving more.

(July) 3rd Quarter- Helping families save money.

(October) 4th Quarter - Money Talks (Budgeting and Investing) Early.


Our Financial Literacy Program Director facilitate the program and work with the youth and young adults through our mentor program as well by giving teens a Head Start on Financial Independence: Money Management for kids, Earning Power, Saving and Investing, and information on how to open a bank account.


Ms. Sherrell Duclos is our Financial Literacy Program Director and can be contacted at [email protected] for collaboration and partnership opportunities to provide financial literacy outreach workshops to the community. 

We also seek sponsors to provide monetary grants or In-Kind donations to our Financial Literacy program to help cover cost of supplies, rewards, meeting space and food for participants.


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Upcoming Financial Literacy  Sessions

Location and Dates will be announced ~ Once registration opens

Oct

2018

Financial Literacy~ 4th Quarter

TBA

Free

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Jan 

2019

Financial Literacy

TBA

Free

Registration required

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