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The Unni-Hyung Mentoring Program is a community-based, one-to-one mentoring program for Korean American youths between the ages 11-18. We pair youths (“Mentees”) with young professionals (“Mentors”) to foster healthy relationships by doing activities together under the Program Coordinator’s guidance. Mentors provide friendship and support throughout the mentoring period while at the same time serve as a role model and friend. Mentees may face issues related to acculturation, domestic violence, or lack of a positive adult-figure. By encouraging them through this enriching relationship, they will be able to develop social and leadership skills as well as their future career interests.
There are two different mentoring programs at KAFSC: On-Site program and Off-Site Program. Mentors can choose the program based on their interest and availability whereas mentees will be assigned to the program according to their age.
On site Program: Middle School Students and Mentors meet every other Saturday from 1-3pm. Each session will consist of one-hours tutoring and one-hours activity facilitated by the Program coordinator
Off Site Program: High School Students and Mentors meet once or twice a month. The program provides more flexibility for mentors and mentees.
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