Five Lives: Mentors Overcome Adversity Too
Raul Baez discusses overcoming adversity with the Brotherhood Fellowship Mentoring students at Harlem Village Academy…read more
School Mentors nurture trusting, intergenerational relationships between students and mentors that cultivate life and vocational skills necessary to thrive. We create a safe space for a small group mentoring experience for up to 36 weeks that combines regular meals, topical conversations, recreation and outings, and one-on-one communication.
School Mentors improves educational and life outcomes for public middle and/or high school students by matching them with purposeful adults for yearlong, school-based life and vocational mentoring. Through small group mentoring during dinner two or three times a month, School Mentors teaches responsible citizenship while cultivating character and life skills, educational and career options, and professional relationships and networks.
Mentors teach leadership and responsible citizenship through a participatory experience built on five foundational ideas. Thriving citizens:
Watch Harlem high school students and
Wall Street executives create a brotherhood at
Harlem Village Academies High School.