Our One-on-One mentoring Program are matched with a member of the community (25 years or older, preferably with a college degree). Each mentor is provided with Educate Tomorrow's mentoring curricula and receiving training in (1) the specific needs of foster youth, (2) developing and achieving an educational goal plan, and (3) the principles of the Transition Framework.
The Transition Framework, is based on the work of William Bridges, and provides a model for understanding and managing the emotional aspects of foster youths' transition to adulthood and to academic achievement. We help to connect and provide students with an adult figure that has a stable life and is able to support and foster independence through education. This program is available throughout Miami-Dade County.
Direct Education and Career Support
Educate Tomorrow's Mentee Resource Center is open Monday-Friday at Educate Tomorrow's office and provides free access to PERT, FCAT, GED, SAT, ACT programs from proven companies like Merit, Kaplan, MyFoundations and Prepworks. Tutoring, financial planning, job searches, resume building, internship opportunities and a safe fun environment to meet and do homework is available. Anyone in Miami in highschool or college that can benefit from these services is invited, no one will be turned away.