Social Innovation Mentoring program prioritizes investing on young high school women students with the knowledge, trainings and experiences the Mentors have had so far. The goal is to reach 800 female students through the 26 Social Innovation Mentors.
How does this work?
The mentors will go back to their former high schools to form a brand new Girl’s Clubs or strengthen the existing ones. Each mentor will have a mentee who will lead a Girl Club at her school to pass down what she has gained through the program. Mentors will spend at least an hour per week with their mentees to enhance their leadership skills through mentoring while they are developing friendship through different topics.
Result: Reaching 800 girls—generate a group of young girls who can lead others with effective leadership skills and design ideas to solve social problems to benefit the social sector.