While sheltering in place is critical to overcoming the pandemic, its important to remember that home isn’t a sanctuary for everyone. The youth that New Pathways serve live with the toxic stress that accompanies poverty and adversity every day. The added health and economic pressures that the Covid crisis creates only intensify the fear, the worry, the tension and the hardship in the household.
During this time of social distancing, New Pathways for Youth is doubling down in our effort to recruit and train caring and nurturing adult volunteers. If you have the heart and willingness to be a consistent coach and source of inspiration and hope for a young person in our community, now is the time to act!
New Pathways for Youth provides local teens who come from extreme poverty and adversity with one-one mentoring, life skills development workshops and a fun, loving and supportive community of youth and adults! Mentors are well trained and supported throughout the mentoring journey so that they can be unstoppable for their mentees!
To get started, attend a Virtual Mentor Introduction Session with the NPFY Mentor Recruiter. They are held on ZOOM every Tuesday at 6:15pm, every Friday at noon and the 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month at 7:30am. You can RSVP & get the link to attend here https://npfy.as.me/Mentor-Intro or call (480) 316-0435.
Take a chance and change a life! https://npfy.org/get-involved/
To empower youth to fulfill their potential through mentoring, life skills development and community.
New Pathways for Youth connects high-risk youth ages 13 to 21 with caring and dedicated adult mentors to help them reach their greatest possible potential. We ground our mentoring practices in evidence-based curriculum that focuses on social and emotional learning. The curriculum involves intentional programs through which youth, with the support of their mentors, acquire and effectively apply knowledge, attitudes and skills.
New Pathways for Youth has transformed the lives of nearly 6,500 youth through the development of core social, emotional and academic skills with the help of committed volunteers and community support.
Children & Youth
Homeless & Housing
We'll work with your schedule.
901 E. Jefferson St.Phoenix, AZ85034
June 17, 2020
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 21
Orientation or Training
2 year commitment to your match with the intention of a lifetime! 3 outings per month.