Mentoring Children

Scholarship Entrant: Delores from 507 North 67th Street, Pennsylvania
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
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Mentoring children can be rewarding when you have a concern for children. There are children in the world who are lost that needs guidance, and support in order to survive in the world. The world is looking for something different in our children, and how can mentoring make a difference in the lives of our children? And, what goals can be set to make this dream a reality?
In mentoring children, it’s rewarding because a mentor can build relationship with children and to find out what their dreams and aspirations are. Mentoring is defined as a committed relationship between two people. Mentors are ones who show positive characteristics to children who needs to see a difference. On the other hand, mentoring will give that child an opportunity to know that they can succeed in life.
When children see that someone is concern, it brightens up their day and gives them hope to know that they can make it in this world like anyone else. Not only will mentoring help children, it will help the mentor as well because it will increase their wisdom to be a better leader.
Moreover, there are goals that can be set for this dream to become a reality. One of the goals that can be set in mentoring children is to build a curriculum:
a. Develop a formal youth mentoring programs.
b. Determining the need for a formal mentor program.
c. Recruiting the program development team.
d. Developing a mission statement.
e. Formulating program goals and objectives.
f. Defining the target population.

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