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EVOLUTION OF MM
What got us here, won’t get us there
Our Success Trajectory
I II III
Time
Growth
Power of the idea
compelled us
Success creates high-class
organizational and
fi...
Moving from a Process to an Outcome Focus (1st Paradigm)
I
Pillars of (Demonstrable) Purpose
High School
Completion
BOD
Co...
Let’s take a step back and peer from different lens (Better Paradigm)
Maslow Hierarchy of Needs
Physiological
(Health, Foo...
Outcome Focus (Better Paradigm)
Connection
(Others Care About Me)
Growth
(I am GreaterThan My “Limitations”)
Contribution
...
Outcome Focus (Better Paradigm)
Stages Outcomes Description
Connection
Trust In Relationships Willingness to form and sust...
Scoring the Indicators
Table 1
Connection Growth Contribution Sum
School
Connectedness
Trust in
Relationships
Hope & Futur...
Logic Model (work-in-progress)
How do we map our
mentee’s journey
through the program
and their path to their
highest pote...
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Mentor me Accomplishment

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Mentor me Accomplishment

  1. 1. EVOLUTION OF MM What got us here, won’t get us there
  2. 2. Our Success Trajectory I II III Time Growth Power of the idea compelled us Success creates high-class organizational and financial challenges Desperation fueled Inspiration IV Where do we go next? Create the Next Big Why! Allow Complacency to accelerate Entropy Work Harder to Maintain Status Quo
  3. 3. Moving from a Process to an Outcome Focus (1st Paradigm) I Pillars of (Demonstrable) Purpose High School Completion BOD Committees & Staff Mentor Me empowers youth in need to achieve their highest potential by matching them with an adult mentor. We envision a world where every child in need has a mentor. Mission & Vision Process (How) Outcome (Why) Potential Compelling Why but very difficult to measure Mentor (2) Well-understood How and easy to measure but doesn’t speak to outcome Easy to mistake activity for progress Organize around the bigger, universal, quantifiable, … positive impacts we created through mentoring II Juvenile Delinquency III Virtuous Cycle
  4. 4. Let’s take a step back and peer from different lens (Better Paradigm) Maslow Hierarchy of Needs Physiological (Health, Food, Sleep) Safety (Shelter, Removal from danger …) Belonging (Love, affection, being part of groups …) Esteem (Self-Esteem and Esteem from others …) Self-Actualization (Achieving Individual Potential) Connection (Others Care About Me) Growth (I am GreaterThan My “Limitations”) Contribution (I Care About Others) Hierarchy of Fulfillment (through mentoring)
  5. 5. Outcome Focus (Better Paradigm) Connection (Others Care About Me) Growth (I am GreaterThan My “Limitations”) Contribution (I Care About Others) Hope & Future Expectations School ConnectednessTrust in Relationships Resilience Goal Setting / Pursuits Problem Solving Ability Volunteerism Social-Emotional Competency Productive Member of Community Highest Potential
  6. 6. Outcome Focus (Better Paradigm) Stages Outcomes Description Connection Trust In Relationships Willingness to form and sustain positive relationships Hope & Future Expectations Express optimism and hope about future events and circumstances School Connectedness A feeling of belonging and safety gained through positive experiences and relationships at school Growth Resilience Positive adaptation after stressful or adverse situations Goal Setting & Pursuits Determining what one wants to achieve in life and taking action Problem Solving Ability Finding solutions to difficult or complex issues Contribution Social & Emotional Competency Ability to experience, express and manage one’s emotions. Ability to understand emotions and behaviors of others in order to form positive relationships. Taking responsibility for one’s actions. Volunteerism Volunteering time and talents for charitable, educational, or other worthwhile activities for the benefit of others Productive Member of Community Positively engaged and contributing to the well-being of oneself and others.
  7. 7. Scoring the Indicators Table 1 Connection Growth Contribution Sum School Connectedness Trust in Relationships Hope & Future Expectations Resilience Goal Setting & Pursuits Problem Solving Ability Social & Emotional Competency Volunteerism Productive Member of Community Post-Secondary Education Aspiration 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 18 High School Completion 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 16 Seeking Help from others 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 14 Development of healthy familial, social and work relationships 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 14 Hours of community service 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 14 Participation in Enrichment Activities 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 12 Grade Promotion / Advancement 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 12 Match Duration & Reported Satisfaction 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 11 Improved academic performance 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 11 Expressing Curiosity in a subject, activity, idea 1 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 11 Seeing Mentor Regularly 2 2 1 1 1 1 8 Attending MM Club 2 2 2 6 17 21 20 13 19 18 19 6 14 58 50 39 Finding and weighting associations of Indicators to Outcomes 2 = It is always a direct positive indication 1 = It could be a direct or indirect positive indication (Think If-This-Then-That) 0 = It is not applicable
  8. 8. Logic Model (work-in-progress) How do we map our mentee’s journey through the program and their path to their highest potential

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