ACE – African Community Education

Mentoring for Empowerment and Exchange

Contact

Mentor Coordinator

Services

One to one mentoring for African immigrant youth grades 5th-12th. English and various African languages spoken.
African Community Education Mentoring for Empowerment and Exchange (ACE MEE) works with African immigrant youth, grades 5th-12th, who are part of the ACE Community. The youth meet with their mentors on Saturdays, for a year. The mentors work with the mentees to help them reach their academic and career goals, as well as, give guidance for day to day issues through activities and consistent conversation
Our model is site-based and 1:1 mentoring.
Registration and additional information:
Service is free. Services are made available for children and young adults currently enrolled in the ACE program (serving African immigrant youth, grades 5th-12th).
For more information about the youth we serve or about how to become part of the program: www.acechildren.org

Location

Contact Information

Address
24 Chatham Street, Worcester, MA 01610
Zip/Post Code
01610