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Mentoring

Mentoring teaches life skills often not covered in school by individuals who have "been there, done that."

Touchstone mentors run workshops and host forums that help young people learn to hone their social skills.

These events also provide youth with an opportunity to  network with peers of various backgrounds and professionals in a wide-range of fields. These workshops and forums offer informative and engaging lessons and advice for young people, such as :

  • Dressing for success

  • Eating right and staying fit

  • Conflict resolution

  • College Readiness

  • Vocational training

  • Etiquette

  • Peer Pressure

  • And much more!

Friendships are encouraged among  club members in order to help build powerful, collaborative, achievement driven relationships that will last for years to come!

One-on-One with Officer Orlando and Officer Brown from C.A.P.S. 10th District 

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In 2017, Touchstone partnered with a Chicago Public Library branch and  local police officers to have a discussion with the community  and youths over pizza and snacks about a variety of topics, such as:

  • Gangs

  • Drugs

  • Domestic Violence

  • Staying In School, & more!

We look forward to putting together more workshops like this in partnership with the community!

Become a Mentor Today!

Mentoring helps provide young people with a chance to learn about the many things in life that just can't be taught in the classroom setting, or may be unavailable in a community or family!

While Mentoring isn't just for the young, it can be key for helping underprivileged bridge the gap to success by exposing them via third parties to events, places and careers they might not have imagined due to their environment/community.

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