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As a mentor, you are a valuable resource to your mentees. As a guide and counselor, you inspire and facilitate academic, career, and personal achievements. The developmental transitions faced by young people in each of these areas are enriched by your experience, wisdom, and guidance.

As a mentor you offer the following:

Information

Mentors share their knowledge, experiences, and wisdom.

Challenges

Mentors stimulate curiosity and build confidence by presenting new ideas, opportunities, and challenges.

Support

Mentors encourage growth and achievement by providing an open and supportive environment.

Goals

Mentors help mentees discover talents and interests and define and attain their goals.

Advice

Mentors guide mentees in reaching academic, career, and personal goals.

Aspirations

By sharing stories of achievement with mentees, mentors can become role models.

Boys Can: Parents Empowerment Forum
Rhodes Scholar Timar Jackson engages parents during the Empowering Parents Seminar in 2018.  ©

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Career Speed Networking Event 2018
Mark Howard (left) British Council Regional Director - Americas, former State Minister in the Ministry of Education, Youth and Information The Hon. Floyd Green (second right) and British Council Country Director Olayinka Jacobs-Bonnick engage students ahead of the Career Speed Networking Event in 2018. ©

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Jeffrey 'Agent Sasco' Campbell
Jeffrey 'Agent Sasco' Campbell engaging boys during the Speed Mentoring Day.  ©

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Career Speed Networking Event 2018.
Career Speed Networking Event 2018.  ©

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Mentor Greg Purkiss engages a group of students during the Boys Can Mentoring Day in 2018.
Mentor Greg Purkiss engages a group of students during the Boys Can Mentoring Day in 2018.  ©

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