The time has truly come where our community is in need of committed mentors and inspiring youth coaches for young girls. So often, we take lightly the call for mentors in our community, but let me take a moment to enlighten you on how important it is for our young girls to see how the power of women working together can bring about a change.
I mentor young girls to encourage their ambition, empower their confidence, and to help keep them on the right track to set goals and accomplish them.
I mentor young ladies because someone once and still mentors me. I believe it is my duty to pass down the many teachings that have cultivated me into the young woman I am today.
Being a mentor to young girls in today’s society is so important because when we inspire, empower and support the growth of our young girls we all succeed.
True success comes only when every generation continues to develop the
next generation. -John C. Maxwell
My Daughter’s Keeper of Tampa Bay, Inc. is recruiting for – Tampa Bay’s 50 Plus Inspiring Female Mentors. This initiative is created to connect and partner fifty or more caring women from the Tampa Bay area with teenage girls through mentorship, coaching and networking. This initiative will bring a partnership amongst female professionals and the everyday youth advocates in the community who have encountered and overcome many adversities within their life journeys. The 50 Plus Inspiring Female Mentors will comprise a diverse group of women whom are thriving in their professional, personal, and spiritual lives and are graciously willing to engage and develop a model for success for young girls in our community. Consider joining My Daughter’s Keeper of Tampa Bay, Incorporated on its mission to excel in the call for action to save our girls, with the launching of the 50 Plus Inspiring Female Mentors Initiative!
If you are ready to take mentoring to the next level, please send an email of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will provide you with additional information.
Major Cheryl Johnson
Being in law enforcement for over twenty-five years, I have seen what happens to young ladies when they lack positive mentors in their lives. I want to see a change and make a difference.
As women, we have to make sure our young ladies are equipped with the tools they need to be progressive and successful.
Mentoring young ladies is important to me because it allows me to pass on my knowledge, experiences and support the growth of young ladies; as well as, empower their confidence and aid in decreasing their achievement gap.