The Wesley-Rankin mentors work within a large and small group mentoring model that empowers students through healthy communication, relationship building, and intentional programming. The mentor relationship emphasis is on student engagement, identity development, new skills and opportunities, and navigating childhood and adolescence life and its systems/transitions.
Coaches work with students enrolled in our WR Aspiring Professionals (WRAP) program. WRAP is a pay-to-train workforce development program for high school students to support and individualize the learning of the soft-skills needed to gain and maintain a job. Coaches support life skill development and serve as personal mentors and close advisors to students.