Turning Point Mentoring

1131 W Manchester Ave, Los Angeles, Ca 90044
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Our mission To help our at risk youth in the inner city of Los Angeles and surrounding communities reach for a higher level of purpose filled Life.

Turning Point Mentoring

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Mentoring and Tutoring

We are actively seeking volunteers from the community and universities in the area. Our goal is to provide tutoring in a wide range of subjects and interests. We are also seeking mentors to provide 1on1 guidance. Our goal is to help provide a foundation for our kids to build a future. We’re looking to recruit students from local Colleges and Universities for tutoring. West Los Angeles College Southwest College LMU College USC University UCLA Drug and Alcohol Counseling
  • Weekly
  • 21+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Physical
  • None
  • Weekdays, Weekends
How you help We are looking for a central location in the Inglewood or Los Angeles area that can house a wide range of activities, a kitchen, and at least 2-3 rooms that would function as classrooms, also girls and boys restrooms. Our goal is to engage the young men in a variety of ways as well as providing a safe space for them to receive any additional guidance. Ideally our goal is to base ourselves out of an old school or recreation building, as these types of locations typically have all the necessary facilities we’d require.
About us At Turning Point we will equip our youths with the tools they’ll need to succeed in a global society by providing them with the following: 1) Academic Awareness 2) Tutoring 3) Social Etiquette 4) Self-Respect 5) Behavioral Responsibility 6) Economics Awareness. Our overall objective is to teach these young men how to live a purpose filled life by being focused, independent, goal oriented and disciplined to become the leaders of tomorrow and to be model citizens for others to follow. We wish to end the cycle of fatherless children by teaching young men to be responsible providers, protectors and friends. These young men will also learn to build strong, long-lasting relationships with their parents and people of authority.
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