The purpose of the Miami Mentoring Collaborative is to provide a platform for mentoring organizations who serve youth and young adults by building awareness, developing organizational capacity and establishing a standard for quality mentoring.
Miami was one of several locations that joined the #SelmaForStudents movement led by African American Business Leaders to raise funds for students across the country to see the Academy Award®-nominated film “SELMA,” expanding the first-of-its-kind campaign to 25 locations nationwide.
Silent Victims of Crime’s Teen Leadership Miami has been having a busy year! The LEADERS kicked off 2015 with a private tour of Perez Art Museum Miami. They experienced various forms of artistic expression from artists such as Gary Simmons, who is known to take motifs from archival and pop culture references.
The LEADERS were also introduced to Mark Handforth’s Western Sun installation and were particularly fascinated by his use of everyday objects to create appealing and fun works of art.
As part of my weekly segment, I’ll fill you in on what’s going on with the day job at Silent Victims of Crime and other mentoring programs, as part of The Miami Mentoring Collaborative (more about that in future posts).
For the second year in a row now Silent Victims of Crime (SVC) continues to move forward with the Teen …
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