MCK ONGATA RONGAI MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

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1. Areas of Mentorship

1.1. Academic and Career Guidance

1.1.1. Time Management

1.2. Choosing Life priorities

1.2.1. Boy-girl relationships

1.2.2. Peer Pressure

1.3. leadership

1.3.1. Fortitude

1.4. Discovering Purpose / Personal identity

1.4.1. Self-Esteem

1.5. Healthy relationships

1.5.1. parent-child relationship

1.5.2. importance of Obedience

1.5.3. Attitude

1.6. Dignity/integrity

1.7. spiritual growth

1.7.1. leading prayerul lives

1.7.2. participating in church

1.7.3. dangers of living double standard life

1.8. Campus Life

1.9. other topics

1.9.1. Need assessment

1.9.1.1. From youth members

1.9.1.2. From the parents

2. Mentoring Families

2.1. Mentors

2.1.1. Men and women fellowship members:

2.1.1.1. Suggestions from the youth

2.1.1.2. recommendation from Rev. Gitonga

2.1.2. Junior mentor: CTG members

2.1.2.1. To be discussed latter

2.2. Mentees

2.2.1. Youth members (SWAT and Teens)

2.2.1.1. church leaders to determine if all youth members are to be included or it will be optional

2.3. Names

2.3.1. Rev. Gitonga to name the families

3. Implementation

3.1. Stage 1

3.1.1. Establish criteria for getting Mentees

3.1.1.1. Church leaders' decision

3.2. Stage 2

3.2.1. Recruit Mentors

3.2.1.1. Approved List from Rev. Gitonga

3.3. Stage 3

3.3.1. Training mentors

3.3.1.1. Orientation

3.3.1.1.1. Role of a mentor

3.3.1.1.2. Leading a mentoring family

3.3.1.1.3. Christ as the model mentor

3.3.1.2. Training

3.4. Stage 4

3.4.1. Establish Mentoring Families

3.4.1.1. No of mentees and mentors per family

3.4.1.2. No of families

3.4.1.3. Family names

3.4.1.4. Allocating mentors and mentees to a family

3.4.1.5. Running the mentoring families