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CareNet Mentoring Programs

There are so many choices we make each and every day. It can be difficult to navigate through them all when you don’t have any help. That is why CareNet has started mentoring groups. Mentoring groups are small classes designed to teach character, values and help build self-esteem. CareNet believes that lives and hearts are priceless. We also know the positive impact that happens when we learn about life together and learn how to CHOOSE HOPE.

Click below to find out more about each program we offer. They are fun, engaging and strengthen peer dynamics and family relationships. We also have curriculum available for purchase.

Girls 8-12

CHOSEN

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The CHOSEN mentoring group helps girls, ages 8-12, find their significance, value and identity in Christ, while having tons of fun! CHOSEN Spring Session 2018 will be Tuesdays, January 16 – February 20, 4:15 – 5:30 p.m.     Click here for more info, or click here to register now!

Boys 8-12

SQUIRES

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The SQUIRES mentoring group (for boys, ages 8-12) provides character-building lessons and activities geared toward focusing their identity in Christ. SQUIRES Spring 2018 Session will be Mondays, March 26 – April 30, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.  Click here for more info, or click here to register now!

Girls 13-18

PEARLS

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PEARLS is designed to help teen girls (ages 13-18) choose a lifestyle of purity despite society’s pressures. Biblical teachings equip teens to build healthy relationships in every area of their lives–God, parents, friends and dating relationships. Our next session will be SundaysJan 21–Mar 4, 2-3:30 p.m. at 1501 S. Taylor.  Click here for more info or click here to register now!

Boys 13-18

BRAVEHEARTS

The goal of the Bravehearts Mentoring Program is to encourage and support young men (ages 13-18) in their quest to be men of honor. Purity, strength, and direction are ingrained in the teaching. Our next retreat is April 27-29, 2018 at High Plains Retreat Center. Click here for more information and to register!

Join the CareNet Speaking Team!

CareNet’s speaking team is made up of men and women from a variety of professions who have one thing in common: a passion for bringing positive messages to this generation of young people.  They regularly speak to students at area schools through our #reach4greatness and LEAD Council programs, which are designed to build character and encourage young people to be a positive influence on their generation. Contact Dawn for more info about the Mentor Speaker Team!

High School & College

TRUEU

True U, an apologetics-based training series for older High Schoolers and College-aged students, is geared to help prepare high school students for the rigorous challenges and attacks that will confront them on the university campus.  Click here for more about True U.

The CareNet Speaking Team is available for YOU!

CareNet’s speaking team is made up of men and women from a variety of professions who have one thing in common: a passion for bringing positive messages to this generation of young people.  They regularly speak to students at area schools through our #reach4greatness and LEAD Council programs, which are designed to build character and encourage young people to be a positive influence on their generation.

Topics

These character-building lessons train young people to demonstrate integrity and positive values. Lessons are tailored to be age-appropriate, and cover relevant topics such as: Social Media, Friendships, Bullying, The Power of Words, Suicide, Drugs & Alcohol, Manners/Respect, Modesty/Chivalry, Leadership, Insecurity/Fear, Coping, Expectations, Purposes & Plans, and Purity-Based Lifestyle/Sexuality.

For information about having the CareNet Speakers come to your school or organization, please contact Dawn Riley, Mentoring Director, at 806.354.2288 or driley@carenetamarillo.org.