EO Men’s Mentoring Project
Through an anti-racist and equity-focused lens, the EO Men’s Mentoring Project supports young men in our community who arrived to the US as refugees. Opportunities are provided to mentees, and mentors, to connect culturally, build social capital, and discover pathways that promote upward mobility. Together, supportive mentoring relationships and programming initiatives focus on addressing inequities and disparities while building on the resilience and strengths of these young men – empowering them to dream big and reach their goals.
Join us! 2020-21 cohort applications due May 15
LEAD, CONNECT, DISCOVER - BE A MENTOR!
- Willing to share your experience and wisdom, and learn from the wisdom of others?
- Invested in building a fun and authentic friendship with a young man?
- Excited about having a positive impact on someone who might not have a support system or role model?
- Interested in expanding your social and professional networks?
- Open to new experiences?
To learn more about the EO Men's Mentoring Project or discuss fundraising and financial support please contact us. We’d love to hear from you.
ACHIEVE, GROW, EXPLORE – BE A MENTEE!
- A young man that arrived to the U.S. as a refugee?
- Between the ages of 18 and 25?
- Interested in building friendships with other young men that share your experiences?
- Excited about having a mentor to support you? Answer your questions? Give you advice?
- Curious about exploring new parts of Boise?
- Are you working toward a goal, or would you like help setting and achieving goals?