MAKING CHAMPIONS MENTORING
Students between the ages of 5 – 18 participate in the Making Champions Matter (M.C.M.) mentoring and leadership programs. These programs are designed to allow referred students to achieve positive self-confidence, decision-making, sense of the future, relationships with peers, increase understanding, and improve attitude towards life skills, critical thinking, as well as hard and soft skills. Most students are referred by school officials, social service agencies, parents, or counselors.
A plan of care developed for each student relies on input from, and collaboration with parents, family members, mentors, teachers, counselors, community volunteers, and others involved the health and well-being of the student. This opportunity promotes unconditional support and stability, empowering students to continue school and developing a strong support network.
What is Mentoring?
Mentoring is a developmental partnership through which one person (Mentor) shares knowledge, skills, information, and perspective to foster the personal and professional growth of someone else (Mentee).
C.E.O. Mentoring Process
Prepare: The Mentor and Mentee complete a self-evaluation, assessments of key role expectations and
define goals for the mentorship.
Establish: The initial meeting helps the Mentor and Mentee establish a trusting relationship. During
this meeting, the Mentor and Mentee strive to establish mentoring goals, create a foundation of
trust and create a Mentorship Agreement.
Build: The Mentor and Mentee create an action plan aligned with the goals identified by both parties.
Evaluate: The Mentor, Mentee, and referral source evaluates the status of the mentorship program and
prepares for a meaningful closure.
MAKING CHAMPIONS MATTER
The goal of Making Champions Matter is to provide motivational life coaching messages while delivering nutritious meals in a creative atmosphere of excitement and security.
An improved attitude towards:
Life and work skills
Interpersonal and communication skills
Relationships with peers, family, and community members