July 23, 2021
11:00 am EST
How to Have Transformative Mentoring Conversations with Teenagers
Presented by Michael Freeman
This IMA webinar will focus attendees on the key principles for engaging teenagers into meaningful and transformative conversations. The presenter will share, from 19 years of experience in conducting mentoring programs for teenagers, the lessons he has learned and examples of youth being greatly impacted and positively changed through transformative conversations.
Attendees will receive from the presenter an app that you can use on your cell phones that will give you everything you need for starting and engaging youth in meaningful and transformative conversations.
Michael Freeman grew up in Compton, California. In 1978, Michael joined World Impact (an urban missions organization). He served with World Impact for twenty-three years. Between 1988 and 1997, he served as Director of World Impact’s branch in Chester, an urban community in the Philadelphia area. He and the World Impact Chester staff established Frederick Douglass Christian School – an elementary school for low-income underserved children. After returning to Los Angeles, in 1997, Michael worked with the Watts Branch of World Impact. In 2002, he resigned from World Impact and became the co-founder and executive director of Elevate Your G.A.M.E., which conducts mentoring programs at urban high schools. Michael authored the book, “ Seven Days in the Hood. ” He and his wife, Glynette, have raised two children, Isaiah and Eboni.