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Our Impact Data

Students with Resilience Mentoring

  • 52% less likely than their peers to skip a day of school and 37% less likely to skip a class. (Public/Private Ventures Study of Big Brothers Big Sisters)

  • 81% more likely to participate regularly in sports or extracurricular activities than those who do not. (The Mentoring Effect, 2014)

  • Strongest benefit from mentoring, and most consistent across risk groups, was a reduction in depressive symptoms — particularly noteworthy given that almost one in four youth reported worrisome levels of these symptoms at baseline. (The Role of Risk, 2013)

  • 55% more likely to be enrolled in college than those who did not have a mentor. (The Mentoring Effect, 2014)

  • 46% less likely than their peers to start using illegal drugs and 27% less likely to start drinking. (Public/Private Ventures study of Big Brothers Big Sisters)


TTM DATA Aligns with studies/data-driven results

  • 49+ student specific interactions between navigator and student. 

  • Touches are themed and delivered to specifically map the conversations based on the 7C’s. (See Resource Tab for citation and link for the 7C's Research Article)

  • 79% of all enrolled students engage monthly.

  • Significantly lower student/navigator ratio, professionally trained and monitored. 

  • curriculum geared for each age band, this foundation enables students to build character to engage in additional resources and lifelong success. 

60% of the clients that we serve with this program across the board have met or exceeded KPI indicators including: 

  • increased resiliency and reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression 

  • progress on 7 C’s data, Highest = Confidence, Competence, Connection, Coping -progress indicates two levels of improvement in each of the four areas based on the pre/post measure of the 7C’s instrument.

As a result of 7C’s improvement we see:

  • demonstrated time management skills 

  • demonstrated prosocial planning activities and skills 

  • reduction in antisocial or disruptive behavior 

  • confidence in ability to set long-term goals and follow-through

GEAR UP KPI indicators met as a result of 7C’s improvement: 

  • increased student engagement and classroom attendance 

  • academic program participation

  • parental participation

  • confidence in ability to attend college or pursue further education after high-school


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