Sara Colter, YDP 

Brian Doak, a dedicated T1L1 mentor, has guided and inspired our students. Brian has positively influenced many young lives with his active involvement at Hamilton Heights High School. During our recent IDES service project, Brian joined our T1L1 students in packing meals equivalent to feeding an entire village for a month. Reflecting on the experience, Brian shared, “I recently read an article describing the current situation in Sudan. I thought the students need to understand the enormous impact they made with a few hours of their time.” Brian’s perspective highlights the importance of helping our students recognize the profound effects of their actions. We are grateful to have mentors across the country like Brian who mentor, support, and uplift our young leaders.

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Kids in Need

Navigating Today’s Challenges

by Dr. Lori Maldonado In today’s dynamic digital landscape, our teens are embarking on a journey teeming with opportunities for growth and positive transformations! However,

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Mentors

Lifesaving Mentoring

Dr. Lori Maldonado I typically focus on positive and uplifting topics in my writing and conversations. However, I feel compelled to address the heavy issue

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