PROGRAMS

Mentoring Program

Men•tor

[men-tawr, -ter]

noun

  • A wise and trusted counselor or teacher.

  • An influential senior sponsor or supporter.

 

We mentor to all ages, gender and ethnicity groups. The person in receipt of mentorship may be referred to as a protégé (male), a protégée (female), an apprentice or, in recent years, a mentee.

What does a mentor do?

  • Advocates – Offers sponsorship, provides exposure and visibility within the organization

  • Acquires resources – Brings critical readings, opportunities, or experiences to the attention of the mentee

  • Acts as a role model – Offers insight on how he or she “made it” in the organization

  • Advises – Shares institutional and professional wisdom, critiques performance, makes suggestions

  • Coaches – Helps a mentee learn new skills and practice new behaviors

  • Protects – Helps a mentee find new and challenging opportunities within the organization while protecting her from adverse forces and “dead-end” job assignments

  • Supports – Listens with a sympathetic ear, explains unwritten rules, and acknowledges disappointments and triumphs.

Community Outreach

Outreach

[ v. out-reech; n., adj. out-reech ]

verb (used with object

  • To reach beyond; exceed: The demand has outreached our supply.

  • To reach out; extend.

  • Verb (used without object)

We walk, talk, positive impact and take back the streets of Cleveland and as well as around the world spreading our mission, vision and core values. HHF will team up with other organizations to make a difference in the lives of those that are in need. 

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