IN-SCHOOL MENTORING in & around Stark County
imPACT groups give students the opportunity to form positive, quality relationships with adults from their community.
Mentorship matters because relational support is the catalytic force that helps young people develop to their fullest potential.
Each imPACT group consists of 2 mentors and 4 to 6 students.
Small group mentoring occurs on the student’s turf during the school day, where mentors strive to provide students with a fun, casual environment that promotes a lot of talking and laughing.
Mentoring is delivered using the framework of the 40 Developmental Assets®, which are researched-based social and emotional learning skills that students need to thrive.
The 5 Pillars of the PACT are foundational commitments made between imPACT group members as they journey together:
Can you volunteer to come alongside students for 1 hour per week?