Involve your child in an enriching mentorship journey that lasts beyond the weeks of fun, games and friendship.
Youth mentors will be there to guide, support and encourage your child in achieving their goals as they connect with their fellow peers.
Learn more about our programme and its conceptualisation below!
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PEER (Positive Experiences, Engaging Relationships) Community Programme is a mentoring program that aims to provide support, encouragement and positive role models for youths.
The mentoring programme incorporates elements of experiential learning and developmental relationships that mentors facilitate through the program.
Why is the Programme Created?
Youths today face new challenges that arise from a fast-changing environment.
The PEER programme believes the community can play an important role in the development of the younger generation to rise to these challenges.
The PEER programme aims to inculcate the 5Cs of Positive Youth Development in your child:
Character, Confidence, Connection, Contribution, Competence.
These 5Cs are important characteristics to help youths navigate the various challenges they may face.
The Kakaks and Abangs in the community possess valuable and relatable life experiences that your child can benefit from. Taking on the role of mentors, they can play a crucial role in articulating these characteristics by sharing their experiences.
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How Does Mentoring Help My Child?
Mentors are invested in your child's success.
They are there to listen to your child, support and encourage them in achieving their goals.
Youth mentors provide a clear vision of what your child's future could look like by sharing their unique life stories and experiences. They can serve to be a source of inspiration and motivation for your child's career aspirations, life goals, self-discovery and more.
Having a mentor can help to raise your child's confidence, self-esteem and may lead to better performance in school.
Being youths themselves, PEER mentors can share their relatable experiences, and even failures, to help your child in making better decisions in school and in life, too.