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The Urban Youth Empowerment Program are looking for mentor to provide mentor service to our children ages 14-24. If you would like to be a mentor please contact Barbara Harris at the Fort Wayne Urban League 260-745-3100 ext.402 The role of a mentor :... Read more
The Urban Youth Empowerment Program are looking for mentor to provide mentor service to our children ages 14-24. If you would like to be a mentor please contact Barbara Harris at the Fort Wayne Urban League 260-745-3100 ext.402 The role of a mentor : A knowledgeable and experienced guided who teaches through a commitment to growth of the mentee, A caring thoughtful, and humane facilitator who provides assess to people, places, experiences, and resources outside the mentee's routine environment, A role model who exemplifies in word and deed what it means to be ethical, responsible, and compassionate, A trusted ally, or advocate, who works with the mentee and on behalf of the mentee's best interests and goals.
For more than 90 years, the Fort Wayne Urban League has provided a wide variety of services to help thousands of diverse Fort Wayne residents reach their potential, and achieve self-sufficiency for themselves and their families. It has also served as a significant recruitment source for employers seeking to develop an inclusive workforce. Today the Fort Wayne Urban League continues to fulfill its mission through the delivery of programs that address contemporary needs, as we pursue our vision "to be the premier catalyst for positive change in the quality of life for African Americans and others in the greater Fort Wayne Community."