Mentor Foundation USA’s mentoring program goal is to ensure that students are prepared for post-secondary education, trade schools, or entry-level professional success.
The program curriculum provides youth with professional adult mentors who can listen, guide, and provide meaningful opportunities to the youth in our programs. The monthly 2-hour mentoring sessions, facilitated by Mentor USA staff, take place at the corporate location.
The SFIG Foundation, Mentor Foundation USA, and Scholarship America have partnered to further educational opportunities for underserved youth who seek higher education or career training. This collaboration provides scholarship funding for high school students who have successfully completed Mentor Foundation USA’s Career Mentoring or Youth Ambassador program.
At the end of the program students have the opportunity to apply for scholarships of up to $40,000/student from an exclusive scholarship fund
allocated to this program from The SFIG Foundation. This initiative also connects scholarship winners to the significant network of SFIG members for internships and other career opportunities.