MHF’s Mentoring Programme is our newest initiative. It was borne out of a desire to impact the younger generation beyond the classroom. While schools cater, majorly, for their cognitive development, non-cognitive skills and social competencies need to be developed, also, and nurtured. The Mentoring Programme aims to prepare young people to live Godly and excellent lives and help them achieve their highest potential. It comprises of seminars, mentoring and counseling over the course of a year.
The mentoring programme will cater to the following groups of people:
- boys and girls (age 5 to 20)
o This segment of the mentoring programme will be geared towards enriching children in various areas (morals, ethics, etiquette, leadership, entrepreneurship, etc.) that are necessary to prepare children to be Godly and excellent people; it will also prepare them for living a purpose-filled life in the 21st Century.
- young unmarried women (age 21 and above)
o Premised on Judges 4 and the life of Deborah, the women’s mentoring programme is tailored towards teaching young unmarried women about the different roles of a woman. Understanding their role in society is key to sustaining families and nation-building.
o This segment of the mentoring programme will be focused on the impartation of foundational skills, awareness of societal issues and how they impact children, and appropriate interventions. Parents will be exposed to content that will arm them with the tools necessary to partner with schools in raising the achievement and performance of their children.
o Meadow Hall Education has been using best practices to positively impact the lives of children for the past 14years. My team and I bring our experience to bear in impacting other educator’s practice through this segment of the mentoring programme.