The mentoring component of AIM for Youth addresses two essential elements – personal and professional. The personal component engages youth in areas related to their personal and family functioning including self improvement, self-worth, family well-being and intra-family relationship.
The professional aspect of mentoring engages youth in areas related to educational and employment goals. This component provides improvement in areas such as communication, leadership, and interpersonal interaction.
Goal: Developing the personal and family lives of individuals through self improvement and mentoring .
- Developing a positive and healthy self-image through mentoring
- Imparting a sense of responsibility through mentorship
- Growing from dependency to independency
- Setting personal goals and objectives
- Developing mental toughness through mental development and self-control
Goal: Equipping our young people with the business and career skills to succeed in our ever-changing world.
Mentors represent all sectors, especially private and public agencies in the community. Mentors are matched with youth based on their interest and preferences. All mentors are screened for criminal background checks and other related matters.
- Leadership Development
- Speaking & Communication Skills
- Social Skills and Etiquette
- Job Readiness Skills