Connecting caring adults as mentors


Our purpose is to empower at-risk youth with critical job and life skills that move them toward self-sufficient lives. To enhance career readiness, we invite professional community mentors to come alongside the youth as teachers and guides to:

  • engage in agricultural, culinary and micro-business learning and work practices;
  • strengthen STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) knowledge base;
  • develop marketable job skills; and
  • increase employment and interpersonal life skills.

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* Self-sufficiency means families are able to meet their basic needs without having to rely on any public or private assistance. In Tulsa County, the self-sufficiency standard is $39,978 or $18.93 per hour for a single parent with two children.