Do you have an emergency fund?

  Mentor Monday is here!  We are continuing our talk about budgeting.  Geared toward high school and college students but applicable to everyone.  Take a look, join in the discussion, like our Facebook page, follow us on twitter, coming soon to Instagram.  Have a great week! Mentor Monday Budget Part 2 If you missed last week, read LIFT Budget Mentor Part 1 first.

Critical thinking, a way of life

This week’s #mentormonday is a double whammy. We are providing mentorship on a tool that will not only help you succeed in your education goals but also in life as well. Consider this scenario. A young technician is planning her day. On her schedule, she is to transport a woman to the MRI scanner but overhears another colleague talking about a device that the woman has implanted in (inside) her …

Who is your accountability partner?

In the military there are “battle buddies.”  I once thought of a battle buddy as a person who would carry me back to base if I were ever injured while in the deployed setting. They would be there to look out for me and I would take care of them. In school, in career, in life, you need an accountability partner. They can serve as your motivator and cheerleader.  Most …

Inspiring Fruitful Tomorrows with Active Mentoring

Here’s what she had to say: Where did you go to high school? Christian Brother’s in Sacramento California (Oak Park). What do you want to do in life? I want to earn my Master’s in Public Health studying mental health and substance abuse disparities. Then I want to become a practicing psychiatrist, maybe pediatric psychiatrist. After that, I want to retire and be a school counselor. Seems doable right? How …