Mentoring Means the Most

Merriam-Webster Online defines mentor as “a trusted counselor or guide.” The Girl Power Mentoring Program does just that: counsel and guide.

Research shows that only 27% of youths have a positive, adult role model in their life. Wow… only 27%! At Girl Power, we believe mentoring is the most beneficial and rewarding way to encourage adolescent girls to succeed.

 
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Our mentoring program provides young girls with support, counseling, friendship, and love. We pair mentees with wonderful female role models who engage in activities with them that not only facilitate the development of a positive self-image, but support their family unit as well.

Girl Power is… Improving our world one girl at a time. So, if you would like to be that one mentor who encourages that one girl – please, join our efforts.

I am an example of what is possible when girls from the very beginning of their lives are loved and nurtured by people around them. I was surrounded by extraordinary women in my life who taught me about quiet strength and dignity.
— Michelle Obama

 

Parent Support Group Meeting | Parent Daughter Bonding & Relationship Building

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Here’s what we’re looking for in a mentor:

  • Females, ages 21 to 65
  • Great listeners
  • Must have at least 4 hours a month to spend with a mentee
  • Must make a minimum of a yearlong commitment to the program

For more information or to become a Girl Power mentor, call (305) 756-5502.
Or, Contact Us to send a quick note stating your interest.