We are looking for driven and passionate young Black Professionals in various work fields to become Mentors.
Learning skills from relatable young professionals can greatly impact youth as they navigate through young adult years, heading into college and/or the professional world.
(Please see below for the list of potential sessions you can lead.)
Global United Diaspora’s Virtual Youth Mentorship Program will be covering a range of topics meant to provide 8th-12th grade student with the skills and knowledge to help them better navigate the world as a young adult.
Mentors will either be matched one-on-one or to a group of students depending on the mentorship subject.