Phrozen Pharaoh Foundation believes in the power of mentorship to help young people in St. Lucie County and the surrounding areas learn and grow educationally, socially, emotionally, and physically.
In addition to recognizing and providing area high school male students (The Men of Tomorrow) with scholarships and stipends for books, along with food and shelter for the economically disadvantaged, a primary goal and purpose of the organization is to support both the educational and healthy development of area youths, through strengthening and expanding our Mentoring Program.
Again, our aim is to make the program area accessible in order to help the targeted make improvements educationally, socially, emotionally, and physically.
Program components include:
1. Education and Training
2. Mentoring and Coaching Units
3. Grant Writing, and
4. Knowledge Creation and Sharing (Work Shops)
In addition to life skills, through our mentorship program, area youths will learn the value and develop the quality of showing fairness, respect, and generosity toward others.
What is more, our mentorship program will help area youths grow and development good positive relationships with others. We will use mentorship as a tool to get young people involved in their communities. Positive peer relationships will be encouraged through coaching and mentoring activities. The aforementioned will lead to youths feeling integrated with other young people. Such involvement will help the targeted population gain self esteem while enjoying the experience of taking part in integrated program activities. Mentorship will help the targeted gain lifelong skills and want to do better in the classroom as well. As expected outcomes, we believe that involvement in our mentorship program will help our youths have:
1. Better cognitive functioning
2. Higher grades
3. Higher test scores
4. Satisfaction in school
5. Engagement in school
6. Aspirations for college, and
7. Lower dropout rates
It is also our hope and belief that being surrounded by a supportive group of people, with similar goals, our mentoring program will alleviate the negative effects of poverty for some of our at-risk youth.
Charles E. Johnson
Dewitt T. Player
Lewis Hinton Jr.
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