Youth Mentoring

Youth Mentoring

Meaningful mentorship programs for youths


Family Kickstart Georgia (FKSG) believes that all youth need support while growing and transitioning into adulthood. We focus on healthy interactions that encourage positive behaviors and help youth in navigating difficult and challenging situations.

FKSG collaborates with its partners and other community stakeholders to offer educational, mentoring, and other intervention programs to at-risk youths and young adults. 


Quality Mentoring guarantees our participants that they are not alone in dealing with life challenges.

The Family Kickstart Youth Mentoring Program provides a wide range of hands-on, project-based, leadership and experiential enrichment opportunities targeted towards increasing youth’s engagement in learning and social-emotional development.

This strategy includes the provision of support during and after school.

Our program typically offers academic supports ranging from homework help and mentoring

We also offer integrated service delivery with other service providers in providing holistic support to young people.

Our goal is to promote lifelong learning and reduce the high school dropout 


Strengths of FKSG Youth Mentoring

  • Our mentors and mentees make a strong impact on each other’s lives and learn and grow from the mentoring process.

  • Partnerships with local schools allow us to meet a wide variety of specific needs. 

  • Students are selected upon referral of school counselor, teachers, or parental/ guardian request.

  • School partnerships help us provide a comfortable and safe environment for mentoring (both for mentor and mentee)


Positive Outcomes for  our Youth 


  • Better attitudes toward academics and increased confidence  

Effect of mentoring in School and Community Participation:

  • More engagement in sports or extracurricular activities

  • Empowered to hold leadership position in clubs, sports team, school council, and  various groups

  • Willingness to volunteer 

Social effects of our Mentoring:

  • Stronger peer support and connection

  • Stronger relationships with adults, including teachers and peers

Emotional Effects:

  •  Higher self-esteem

Decreased Behaviors Associated with:

  • School-related misconduct

  • Absenteeism

  • Drug and alcohol use

  • Juvenile justice issues

  • Bullying

Contact us to learn more

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