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Brother to Brother Mentoring Program is a 501c3 non-profit organization, focuses on meeting the needs of all middle and high school male adolescents. Our mentoring programs were developed for, and proven effective with, three age groups; children aged 6-10, pre-teens ages 10-13, and teens ages 13-22. The curricula are taught through a compilation of highly interactive lessons that are Speaking to the Potential, Ability and Resilience inside every Kid.

Benefits for Young People. Mentoring is often one component of a program that involves other elements, such as tutoring or life skills training and coaching. The supportive, healthy relationships formed between mentors and mentees are both immediate and long-term and contribute to . Mentoring Programs at the YMCA help teens develop their character and realize their full potential. Character Development is the process for cultivating the values, attitudes, knowledge, and behaviors that prepare youth to thrive in learning, in work, and in life.

The presence of a positive role model in teenagers’ lives has shown to increase college enrollments and decrease substance abuse among at-risk young adults. Learn more about the impact of mentoring programs and how to get involved. The Mentoring Connector is a volunteer recruitment tool for programs. If you are searching to find a mentor, we encourage you to use these results to contact the program outside of this system. By searching the database, you are sharing your information with MENTOR, its Affiliates, and any program you choose to contact through the Mentoring.

The Mentoring Connector tool can help you identify what services are already being offered, and by whom, in your community. If you determine that there is a need for new mentoring services in the community, the remaining steps below can help you build a strong program. Find a Mentoring Program in the Mentoring Connector. The Teen Mentoring Program provides mentoring services to a target population of male and female youths, ages 11-17, of all races, who reside in Lorain County. This service is designed to assist at-risk youth in the community by providing social and recreational opportunities with a .