Youth Mentorship

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NEIGHBORING LOVE FOUNDATION OF GEORGIA

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This program was designed to support our youth in succeeding through life's difficulties and becoming well rounded, healthy and influential adults. Our programs aim to motivate and empower boys and girls, ages 10-21 through team building in a sisterhood/brotherhood setting, influencing personal, professional, and educational growth, coaching, mentoring, career training, peer- to- peer dialogue, health and wellness awareness and so much more.

This opportunity is on-going. The locations and times will vary based on the child that the mentor is paired with. However, the mentor will be able to coordinate the times with their own schedules.

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About NEIGHBORING LOVE FOUNDATION OF GEORGIA

Location:

4305 KIMBALL RD SW, ATLANTA, GA 30331, US

Mission Statement

The mission is to support, build and inspire youth and senior citizens without families, while enriching the quality of living through empowerment and establishing healthy support systems.

Description

Vision
To Reconnect the generation of wisdom to our future generation by rebuilding relationships, establishing healthy support systems and creating a safe and positive environment to thrive.

Values
The Neighboring Love Foundation of Georgia, Inc. believes that all people should be afforded the life tools that are necessary to sustain life and wellness through the engagement of positive life experiences that will influence quality living today and impact our future generation for tomorrow, regardless of their misfortunes in life. We believe that our ultimate responsibility is to love and support our neighbors as we love ourselves.

WHEN

Fri Nov 16, 2018 - Fri Jul 31, 2020

WHERE

P.O. Box 311765AtlantaAtlanta, GA 31131

SKILLS

  • Child Development
  • Mentoring
  • Child Care
  • Relationship Building
  • Youth Services
  • General Education

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • At least one year
  • Ability to meet with the child (in person) at least twice a month

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