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Group Mentoring

Power in
numbers.

Women of Tomorrow pairs professional and highly accomplished women who inspire, motivate, and teach critical life skills to at-risk students through mentoring sessions.
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In a deliberate departure from traditional one-on-one mentoring, our program is structured as a group- mentoring model, with one mentor for every 10 to 15 girls, which reinforces the social skills learned in mentoring sessions and provides ongoing positive peer support. Our group-mentoring environment creates a sustained program in which mentees enjoy monthly contact with each other over a period of a year.
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The anatomy of a a sustained program.

Small groups and
public school partnership

All mentoring activities are in small groups, conducted during school hours and are in partnership with public school systems to empower the young women to be successful, graduate from high school and go on to further education.

Obstacles become
opportunities

The mentees are selected by the schools for the program based on a variety of criteria including low income, abuse, disability, likelihood of dropping out, gang involvement, criminal activity, teenage pregnancy risk and academic, medical, and behavioral issues.

Diverse group composition

Each group is diverse in its composition with girls in 9th-12th grade who have various strengths and weaknesses so they can also learn from and empower each other.

Changing lives.

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