Relationships through Mentors

IHS Students with Oscar Robinson
IHS Students with Oscar Robinson

We are committed to helping kids succeed. We are our brother’s keeper. That is our promise to the youth of Immokalee. But we cannot do this alone. You could pray for us. We need prayer. You could fund some of our financial needs and the needs of the youth we serve. We all need money to do what we have committed to do.  But what we need more than just about anything else is your time.  If you are open to the possibility we would appreciate the opportunity to talk to you more about how you can make a difference.  If you are ready to take a shot; kids are depending on you; check out this picture of some young Immokalee athletes touching a bronze of Oscar Robinson who is one of the greatest basketball players of all time.  Maybe someday soon they will get to meet him in the flesh.  But maybe just maybe they might like to meet you too.

Call for Mentors

Mentor and menteeOne by One Leadership Foundation is looking for Mentors for the 2014 – 2015 school year to help youth acquire a deeper education experience through service learning.

A mentor is asked to meet with their student for 30 to 50 minutes per week at school, home or at One by One Leadership Foundation’s office. Opportunities around sports, Immokalee branded products and giving back will be part of the experience.

To be a mentor, you have to be 18 years of age and pass a background check. For More Information on how you too can give back by being a mentor or obtain more information about the One by One Mentoring Program, contact Sinclaire Williams, 239-249-9970 or email Sinclaire at sinclairewill.1by1 leaders@gmail.com.

If you are an Immokalee High School Graduate enrolled in or recently graduated from college please contact us about internships and opportunities to give back.