Parental Leadership Support
even parents need guidance and support to lead their families well
We help parents get involved. They see our mentors in action, and gain experience on how to deal with their children. This strengthens the bond between the parents and the kids, and teaches the parents how to lead. Our program helps parents learn to be mentors - for others or their own children.
Even Parents Need Guidance
One of the most important things a parent can do is notice her child. Is he (or she) a talker or is he shy? Find out what interests him and help him explore it. Let your child show you the way he (or she) likes to learn.
Dalton Miller-Jones, Ph.D -- The Role of Parents
Young adults found their structured mentoring relationship very helpful if it lasted for a year or more, versus 33% when the relationship lasted less than a year.GET INVOLVED
SOURCE: The Mentoring Effect: Young People’s Perspectives on the Outcomes and Availability of Mentoring; by Civic Enterprises in association with Hart Research Associates, January 2014.