Site Based Mentoring (SBM)

Site Based Mentoring (SBM) or group mentoring is for children ages 6-18 in groups across Niagara County.  Programs are offered during the school year (Fall, Winter, and Spring sessions) or during the summer (July/August). Sessions last for 45 – 60 minutes once a week during the school year or up to 4 hours during the summer. Leaders meet children and youth at sites across Niagara County for YMS planned and supervised activities.

Programs include:
 
 
 
High Five: literacy based, social emotional learning (SEL) for ages 7-11 
 

 

C3: STEM based learning with a SEL component for ages 8-18

 

 

What’s Up? SEL for older youth ages 12-18

 

All programs have a social emotional learning (SEL) component that builds resiliency and assists youth in making responsible decisions.    Please review social and emotional learning for information about what children learn in SBM.

 

 

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