World Youth Foundation Observes National Mentoring Month

The World Youth Foundation recently celebrated the conclusion of National Mentoring Month by emphasizing the significance of nurturing relationships throughout one’s personal and professional journey. The organization is committed to providing free, after-school programs and access to community events for underserved and underrepresented minority youth aged 6 to 24. Additionally, they offer opportunities for personal and professional development with a mission to empower every youth to succeed in life despite the odds.

The group also arranges for students from Houston to visit Washington D.C. and interact with top decision-makers in the country. The event, hosted by KPRC 2’s Moriah Ballard, was organized by WYF CEO Karen Franklin and her team at Davis Street in Midtown. Elected officials, community leaders, and students who have benefited from the program were present at the event. Mayor Pro-Tem Martha Castex Tatum, Dr. Dana Carmouche with the Houston Independent School District, and Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee also participated in the event.

During the event, parents of students in the program shared how crucial WYF has been in their child’s growth and development. If you are interested in enrolling your child or becoming a sponsor, visit WorldYouthFoundation.org for more information on how to get involved with this unique organization dedicated to empowering young people from diverse backgrounds to achieve their full potential.

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