I C.A.R.E. MENTORING NETWORK                                              

Fort Worth, TX, Kansas City, MO,                   Washington, DC 

Mentors who are...
Committed, Accountable, Responsible and Engaged
in
Leading Young People, who are destined to be future Emerging and Aspiring Global Leaders and or Entrepreneurs to Soar like (EAGLES) to New Heights

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At FLON, WE believe it takes an entire F.A.M.I.L.Y. to raise a child; that requires Fathers, all Adults and Mothers to be Involved in Leading Young People.

The I C.A.R.E. Mentoring Network collaborates with the F.A.M.I.L.Y., who have a passion  to support young people  to stay focused on pursuing their dreams.  

 

Benefits of Mentoring for Young People

Mentoring is often one component of a program that involves other elements, such as tutoring or life skills training and coaching. The supportive, healthy relationships formed between mentors and mentees are both immediate and long-term and contribute to a host of benefits for mentors and mentees. Resource:  Youth.gov

After reading the benefits of mentoring services for young people, will you join the FLON     I C.A.R.E. Mentoring Network to add value to a "Future Leader" who is destined for GREATNESS. 

Benefits for youth:

  • Increased high school graduation rates

  • Lower high school dropout rates

  • Increased enrollment in post-secondary programs

  • Increased number of young people securing employment

  • Healthier relationships and lifestyle choices

  • Better attitude about school

  • Higher college enrollment rates and higher educational aspirations

  • Enhanced self-esteem and self-confidence

  • Improved behavior, both at home and at school

  • Stronger relationships with parents, teachers, and peers

  • Improved interpersonal skills

  • Decreased likelihood of initiating drug and alcohol use (MENTOR, 2009; Cavell, DuBois, Karcher, Keller, & Rhodes, 2009)

                                           

                                     Future Leaders Need Mentors to EQUIP them to be Successful!