Center for Social Concern Hopkins
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Incentive Mentoring Program

Mission Statement:

IMP uses a "family-style" mentoring approach to foster the transformation of high school students who are not meeting minimum academic requirements. These students are facing significant psychosocial challenges and the goal is to help them become self-motivated, resourceful, and socially aware leaders committed to a higher purpose of their own.

IMP is a seven year program beginning in the freshman year of high school and continuing until four years after high school graduation. IMP families mentor students as individuals and tailor activities to meet their needs. Mentoring takes place at ACCE high school in Hampden.





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