We believe that every young person has the potential to make a positive impact on the world, and our program is designed to help them realize that potential. By participating in our mentoring program, young people will gain the confidence, skills, and knowledge necessary to become successful, purpose-driven individuals.
As an advocate and founder of End Child Molestation Inc, Ms. Swain is always looking for alternative ways to serve young people. She believes that offering motivational mentorship conversations with troubled youth is a meaningful way to support those who may have experienced abuse of some type.
Far too many young people are feeling stuck and hopeless, lacking the support and guidance they need to thrive. This is where the "EMPOWER HOUR' mentorship conversation can make a difference. By sharing her own personal story of overcoming abuse, dropping out of high school, and eventually becoming a board-certified registered nurse and entrepreneur, Ms. Swain can provide a relatable example of how it's never too late to change and improve one's life.
Ms. Swain's goal is to inspire young people to dream big, set ambitious goals, and work hard to achieve them. This mentoring program is about discovering and cultivating leadership skills, building self-value, and fostering a sense community and social responsibility.
We emphasize a strong desire to inspire a "See it. Decree it. Be it." type of mindset in our youth. We believe that by helping young people visualize themselves as their best selves, speak words of empowerment, and take action to achieve their goals, we can help them unlock their full potential and build successful futures.
This complimentary one-hour talk includes real conversations about life and the importance of discovering purpose and fulfillment.
During this talk we will discuss 5 key topics:
· The importance of mindset
· Goal setting
· Overcoming challenges
· Community empowerment.
Each participant is expected to arrive on time with paper and pencil if permitted.
Each participant will receive a black 100% cotton t-shirt with the words "See it. Decree it. Be it." while supplies last.
Each participant must wear a mask.