Empowering youth through mentoring.
The mission of Arise is deeply rooted in a set core values, principles and goals. These core values are embraced by our mentors through a pedagogical key of mentoring which is the foundation of Arise’s unique purpose, goal, and vision.
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Mentoring youth to become Victors
Through mentoring and focusing on individuals’ well-being and strengths, a change of mindset will occur and then they will be able to create their lives and impact their surrounding community regardless of their circumstances.
Building community leaders
We believe that Mentoring is the key to help our youth change their mindset, create their life and impact their community.
Investing in local startups
ARISE Project For Humanity gives young people the encouragement and tools to better themselves, not just now, but to focus on their future selves.
Preventing child sex-trafficking
AT ARISE Project For Humanity, we are committed to prevent child sex trafficking in the first place by teaching our youth key principles that will help protect nations and keep them safe.
Our work on the ground
Since 2016, we have supported thousands of local leaders, entrepreneurs, teens, young adults and emerging leaders in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Utah and now we're opening new mentoring program in Elbert County, GA.
Youth Mentored in the program.
1 in 3 young people will grow up without a mentor. Research confirms that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on young people in a variety of personal, academic, and professional situations.
If our youth have access to mentoring, it will have a significant positive effect in their lives, their community, and generations to come.
We are committed to empowering the next generation to change their mindset, create their life, and impact their community through mentoring.
Today, there are 46 million young people, aged 8-18, living in America. 16 million of them are growing up without a mentor. That's one out of every three young people who, outside of their family at home, don't have a trusted adult who they believe they can turn to for advice and guidance. Of those young people, 9 million face a variety of day-to-day challenges that put them at-risk for falling off track.
Mentoring creates meaningful connections that can positively impact the lives of both mentor and mentee. Those who receive mentorship are more likely to see improved academic, social, and economic prospects. Those who mentor are able to further build important leadership, management and creative skills, while giving back to their community.
That means that EVERY mentorship matters.