The Black Star Project is thrilled to partner with the City of Chicago Department of Family and Support Services (DFSS) to provide mentoring to young men in the Chatham and Greater Grand Crossing neighborhoods. Download a flyer to see what activities we have scheduled during the spring break. Click Here.

This program, funded through DFSS, is part of the new Mayor’s Mentoring Initiative. We aim to connect youth to positive role models, who will guide them towards positive academic and social outcomes. The anticipated outcomes are improved school attendance, improved grades, decreased behavioral infractions, increased grade promotion, and decreased violence and arrest rates.

Our rigorous, year-long curriculum covers the following topics and more:

·        Goal achievement

·        Financial Literacy            

·        Workforce Development

·        Social Emotional Learning

·        Relationships and Communication

·        Conflict Resolution

·        Higher Education and Career Prep

·        Community Engagement

·        Youth Mental Health

·        Field trips and outings

·        Economic development

·        Social issues

We would like to partner with your school to provide assistance for your students. If possible, we would like to host a program at your school for your 7th-8th / 9th grade students. We would love the opportunity to speak with you further about the details of this program, and the services we can offer your school. Please contact Dorothy Davis at 773-285-9600 to set up a time to speak with our organization about this opportunity. Thank you for your time.

 

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