Mentorship Program – provides advice and guidance from a positive role model and promotes youth and human development. Additionally, the program provides education and training for youth and young adults in preparation for manhood, womanhood and community investment. IOY’s mentorship program is a semester, ending with a ceremony held at the end of each semester. The programs run five cycles per year, developing youth and supportive parents. The outreach of this program will extend beyond the training of the program, with speaking engagements to schools, churches and other community organizations.
Personal Development Sessions – to address cultural awareness, family stability, domestic violence drug and alcohol awareness, economic awareness, conflict reconciliation, spiritual, physical, and intellectual awareness, aesthetic art, and entrepreneurship.
Community Service – to provide opportunities for youth to carry out their court ordered sanctions. Service Learning/Volunteer
Public Service – links academic work with practical experience by helping students develop a balanced approach to their own education.
Dear Partners, our Mid-Year Formative Evalutaion has been completed. Click HERE to download.