ForeverU offers a holistic, three-step program journey to 7-12 grade students that equips them with mental skills and tools for becoming more mindful, self-aware, resilient, and emotionally intelligent.
Through the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, we've been rebuilding our program model to meet the needs of the students and families. The exciting new program model we've created is set to launch in early March. Please join our program waitlist to be the first to know about program updates, registration dates, and more. Email us with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are new to ForeverU and would like to speak with a team member about getting involved with our program, consider scheduling a video call with an Enrollment Counselor. Though it's completely optional, this is simple way to ensure that you get all of your questions answered and have a clear understanding of our three-step program journey. If at the end of the call you believe ForeverU to be a good fit for either you or your child, we'll get you registered for our next "Arise" training.
Mentors have the responsibility of supporting students during their ForeverU experience. The intention of integrating mentors into our program is to provide young adults with the opportunity to "be the person they needed when they were younger". Mentors also help us ensure that the students we serve through our programs feel encouraged, valued, and supported during their time in ForeverU.
ForeverU mentors are assigned no more than (5) students and have the responsibility of leading them through our self-discovery curriculum on the first and third week of each month. All materials used to facilitate these monthly online meetings can be downloaded directly from our website.
After an application is submitted, it will be reviewed by our Program Committee which usually takes 2-3 weeks. If you meet our qualifications as a mentor, we will contact you about scheduling an online interview via Zoom.
Following this interview, you will undergo a background check and screening process, online mentor orientation, and complete our online training program in partnership with Silver Oaks Behavioral Hospital.
At least 21 years of age
Provide a 1-2 minute introduction video.
Certified Mandated Reporter in Illinois
Must provide at least 2 references
Undergo an intensive screening process.
Must have at least an undergraduate degree in a mental health related field.
Must commit to mentoring for a minimum of 6 months.
Passionate about youth development and mental health advocacy
Required to participate in quarterly check-in calls with Program Manager.