Thrive Mentoring Program 
 

Program Overview & Purpose

The Queens Fellowship Thrive Mentoring Program was instituted to help young girls/teens/women to cope with typical problems and issues at home, work, and school; bring self-awareness; and intended for positive choices that will shape their future. The program will offer monthly interactive sessions that will combine learning, fun, leadership opportunities, self-esteem building exercises designed to affirm, empower, encourage, develop leaders and to improve 3 areas that are called the 3 “S’s” …self-confidence, self-care and self-discipline.


 

Program Goals

The Queens Fellowship Network Mentoring program was developed in 2018 to support girls and women who need development and support. Our individual and group mentoring program curriculum will focus on 4 major areas:

 

  1. Develop Leaders 

  2. Improve Self-Confidence and Esteem

  3. Improve Self-Care

  4. Improve Self-Discipline

We believe all that girls and women can embrace who they are,
can define their future, and can change the world.

 

Our Objectives

Program Objectives

  1. To empower them to speak the truth and encourage them to take responsibility for their choices.

  2. To develop an understanding of how positive self-esteem and true inner self-confidence affect decision making.

  3. To understand that they are NOT ALONE in their struggles.

  4. To develop leadership skills.

  5. To learn the importance of taking care of “SELF”, physically, mentally and spiritually.

  6. To recognize that they are valuable, and to speak positive affirmations over themselves.

  7. Select a Community of mentors and role models, and volunteers, who will listen, encourage and believe in our girls/women.

  8. Select a Community of adults who model integrity, accountability, compassion and respect.

Meeting Information
 

Monthly meetings

The monthly meetings combine learning, fun, leadership opportunities, mentoring and self-esteem building exercises. All meetings are facilitated by one or more Mentoring Program leaders, volunteers, members, and supported by volunteer mentors. The group meetings range in size from 5-10 girls/women and with an average ratio of 1:1.