LIFE STARTS NOW - YOUTH MENTORSHIP PROGRAM



Jacob’s Mission Community Center holds a 3 hour workshop to provide guidance and tools to help teens and young adults transition to responsible, independent adulthood.


Topics covered include cooking skills and eating on a budget, obtaining vital health & medical records, obtaining a driver’s license or state ID, obtaining health insurance, college or post-secondary education plan, career development, resume writing, mock interviews, getting a job, paying or planning for taxes when employed, renting a room or apartment, buying a car, financial literacy, building and maintaining a personal budget, opening a bank account, relationship management, family planning, volunteering and giving back to your community, mental health and well-being, physical health and hygiene.

JMCC - After-School Tutoring


Free out -of-school tutoring programs for at-risk school-aged populations are crucial for fostering academic success and breaking barriers to education. These programs provide tailored support, bridging gaps in learning and offering guidance crucial for these students' advancement. Offering such opportunities not only enhances educational outcomes but also cultivates a sense of confidence and empowerment, equipping at-risk youth with the tools needed to overcome challenges and thrive academically. Jacob's Mission Community Center (JMCC) offers small group and individual tutoring to help keep our children successful in the classroom and on track to graduate.

Extra-Curricular Activities


Extracurricular activities such as dance, musical theater, art, piano, guitar, karate, yoga and cooking lessons give children and youth opportunities to develop talents and learn new ways to express themselves as they heal.

For the Spring Semester, we are offering twice a week after school Tutoring/Homework assistance. Each child in attendance may choose to attend one (1) extracurricular activity class, offered once a week. Please note that tutoring and/or an extra curricular activity are 45 minutes long.

Our Spring semester starts February 6th and ends May 3rd 2024.


JMCC Life Skills

Our Transition to Adulthood program helps at-risk youth ages 13-19 graduate from high school, assists them in furthering their education through secondary education or vocational training, supports them in developing critical life skills, and we will continue to offer them food, basic necessities, and clothing as needed. 

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LIFE STARTS NOW - TRANSITION TO ADULTHOOD PROGRAM



Jacob’s Mission Community Center holds a 3 hour workshop to provide guidance and tools to help teens and young adults transition to responsible, independent adulthood.


Topics covered include cooking skills and eating on a budget, obtaining vital health & medical records, obtaining a driver’s license or state ID, obtaining health insurance, college or post-secondary education plan, career development, resume writing, mock interviews, getting a job, paying or planning for taxes when employed, renting a room or apartment, buying a car, financial literacy, building and maintaining a personal budget, opening a bank account, relationship management, family planning, volunteering and giving back to your community, mental health and well-being, physical health and hygiene!​​

JMCC Life Skills

Our Transition to Adulthood program helps at-risk youth ages 14-19 graduate from high school, assists them in furthering their education through secondary education or vocational training, supports them in developing critical life skills, and we will continue to offer them food, basic necessities, and clothing as needed. Foster & adopted teens and their youth siblings are encouraged to attend.

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After-School Tutoring


School-aged children from at-risk populations find consistency and caring support from volunteers who freely give time and resources to show that Arizona children matter. Our current volunteers and interns from Arizona State University have gone through our Trauma Informed Care Trainings. Expertise depends on volunteers’ ability to tutor and/or provide trainings. We pair the tutor with a child that best matches their academic expertise when tutoring. All adult volunteers must have a current background check. 

For the Spring Semester, we are offering twice a week after school Tutoring/Homework assistance Tuesday and Wednesday. Each child in attendance may choose to attend one (1) extracurricular activity class, offered once a week. Please note that tutoring and/or an extra curricular activity are 45 minutes long.

Our Spring semester starts February 6th and ends May 3rd 2024.

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LIFE STARTS NOW - TEEN EMPOWERMENT 

WORKSHOPS



 At Jacob's Mission Community Center, we're excited to announce our empowering series of Teen Workshops, specially crafted to equip teens with essential life skills and insights that will guide them toward a brighter future.

When: These dynamic workshops will take place every other month, creating opportunities for growth and learning throughout the year.

Workshop Topics: Balancing Life, Mental Health, Peer Pressure, Turning Setbacks into Set Ups, Mindset Matters,  Success Starts with Discipline, and more.

Our workshops are designed to be engaging, interactive, and led by experts who understand the unique challenges that today's teens face.

Join us at Jacob's Mission Community Center for an incredible journey of self-discovery, skill-building, and connection with peers who share your aspirations.

JMCC - Extra-Curricular Activities


Jacob's Mission Community Center stands as a beacon of hope for low-income, at-risk students, providing a nurturing environment where their talents are discovered and cultivated through free out-of-school extracurricular activities. These programs are vital lifelines for these students, offering opportunities that transcend financial barriers. By engaging in diverse activities, these children and youth not only explore their potential but also develop critical life skills, boosting confidence and self-esteem. For low-income at-risk students, these programs serve as more than just avenues for talent discovery; they become transformative pathways towards breaking cycles of limited opportunities, offering a chance for personal growth, empowerment, and a brighter future despite the challenges they face daily.