Scrambling 2 Perform, Inc. has partnered with 100 Black Men of Eastern New York, Inc. to provide mentoring services to African-American males.
Research shows that mentoring relationships make a big difference to young people.
Further evidence shows that mentoring is linked to the following positive outcomes:
- A better attitude towards school;
- Improvement in attendance;
- Better decision making skills;
- In-depth knowledge of more than one culture;
- Improved personal and social skills;
- Better communication and trusted relationships with teachers, adults, and peers;
- Decrease in alcohol and drug use;
- Ability to successfully resolve potential conflicts;
- Knowledge of essential life skills and vocational skills.
Additionally a study published by The National Mentoring Partnership reports young adults with mentors are:
- 55% more likely to enroll in college;
- 78% more likely to volunteer regularly; and
- 130% more likely to hold leadership positions.
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