The Tony Robbins Foundation’s Youth Mentoring Program encourages community leaders to serve as mentors within their local schools and nonprofit organizations. The Youth Mentoring Program provides leadership materials and lessons designed to give students new skills, introduce them to amazing leaders and help them to make a difference in their communities.
This unique mentoring program is designed to support a group of 10-30 students between the ages of 11 to 18 with dedicated mentors. The program material is carefully selected to motivate and empower individuals to contribute to the global society. A Mentor can be a community leader, an academic advisor who is familiar with the participating students, and/or a high school senior or college student.
Mentors meet prior to student meetings in order to plan and prepare an empowering lesson. During meetings, students are encouraged to communicate and collaborate with mentors and other students through workbook exercises. Upon completion of the program’s lessons, mentor feedback is encouraged in order to assist in the continued development of program materials.