If a strong relationship between mentors and youth is established, youth improve their academic performance, behaviour, and attitudes toward school. Mentoring helps improve peer and family relationships, and helps youth develop the confidence, self-esteem and social skills they need to be productive members of society.
Mentoring is a powerful way of lending support to a young person by teaching skills, listening to their perspectives and creating a sense of belonging. Research tells us that, over time, consistent interaction with a mentor increases the likelihood that a child or youth will complete high school and experience success in life.
Youths 12 – 16 years old
Contact us to get your child connected to one of our Mentors, call 780-723-7240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org