National Mentoring Project
Scope of Work:
MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership in partnership with America’s Center for Promise and the Schultz Family Foundation. This pilot project’s aim is to connect youth people, specifically who are out of school and work, with a well trained community-based mentor, a job, and workplace-based mentor.
The overall collaborative effort will include several youth centered non-profits and organizations in 5 markets: Seattle, Chicago, Washington D.C., Baltimore, and Atlanta. The goal being to connect 400+ young people with sustainable and growing entry level job opportunities. Teaming these career-going young people with two well trained mentors will promote continuous and accessible support and goal-setting growth.
The mentoring participants were supported with in-person training and online curriculum and resources. I particularly played a dominant role in the development of online course curriculum and execution of in-person mentor and mentee training.
To develop a scalable turnkey youth employment solution for young people nationally, leveraging community-based and workplace mentorship to encourage holistic and sustainable support.
Recruit 400+ young people who are out of school and out of work.
Recruit 400+ community based mentors.
Recruit 400+ workplace mentors.
Secure project management partners to own relationship management per city
Secure workforce partners to offer quality entry level opportunities