Would you like to connect with a mentor? Mentors are supportive individuals who build relationships with young people by offering them guidance, support, and encouragement to help cultivate positive and healthy development – many of the same things you do. Mentors are not meant to replace parents, guardians, or teachers, or to play the role of disciplinarians or decision makers. Rather, they become part of a team of caring adults to that young person. Mentors can help encourage positive choices, promote high self-esteem, support academic achievement and introduce new ideas. Here are some things a mentor might help a young person with:
Setting academic and/or career goals and taking steps to achieve them
Making healthy choices in everyday life: nutrition, exercise, social activities, and beyond
Thinking through a problem at home or school
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Mentor Program The goal of the Girls Engineering Change Mentor Program is to facilitate the growth of and provide assistance to female high school students as they think about life after high school. We seek to inform and engage young girls in the unique and exciting fields of engineering. To accomplish this, we focus on the creativity and skills to help each student grow as a potential engineer. Students will gain not only a wonderful experience but create connections with their mentors to help in the transition into college. See the attached packet for more information.