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X-quisit Mentors for the Future Leaders
Girl in Classroom

To promote the growth and development of the student to improve their learning. One of the mentor’s initial responsibilities is to establish a trusting relationship with the student.  Mentors have many vital roles and responsibilities; teachers, role models, networkers, counselors, and last but not least living up to their student's expectations. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact with all of our pursuits.

One-On-One Tutoring
Description of Our Mentors
School Teacher

A willingness to spend the time it takes to build an intensely bonded relationship with the student.

A commitment to believing in the potential and future of
the student; to telling the student what kind of exciting future
you see ahead for him or her; to visualizing and verbalizing
the possibilities of his or her life.

A willingness to be vulnerable and transparent before the
student, willing to share not only strengths and successes, but
also weaknesses, failures, brokenness, and sins.

A willingness to be honest yet affirming in confronting the
student’s errors, faults, and areas of immaturity.

A commitment to standing by the student through
trials—even trials that are self-inflicted as a result of
unawareness or error.

A commitment to helping the student set goals for his or her
spiritual life, career, or ministry, and to help the student
dream his or her dream.

A willingness to objectively evaluate the student’s progress
toward his or her goal.

Above all, a commitment to faithfully put into practice all

that one teaches the student.

(Adapted from Ron Lee Davis, Mentoring, pp. 50-51)

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