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Youth Mentoring

Being a teenager in this day and age is hard.  Between peer influence, academic pressure, wavering self-confidence and trying to discover exactly where you fit into this world, the troubles our youth face can seem insurmountable at times.

We have been there!  Think about the worst possible mistakes a teenager can make while discovering who they are, and we have made them.

Through our personal challenges, previous experience mentoring youth, and our down-to-earth approach, we can help your child sort through the issues they are facing and inspire them towards a bright future.  We help them figure out what they're passionate about, and use their passion to overcome obstacles.  We help them see that there is a bigger picture beyond high school, and act as a role model for what they can achieve when they put their mind to it.

We connect with each child on their level and speak their language to gain their trust.  By showing empathy, acknowledging their feelings, and providing them with a safe space to communicate, we can help youth through one of the most challenging times in their young lives and give them hope for the future.

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"I met Diana through Junior Achievements as one of our advisors; and, right from day 1 she offered unconventional, out-of-the-box ways to initiate our start-up. She had this aura that’s much different from that of a regular mentor; she was experienced, had lots of hands-on experience from her numerous start-ups but wasn’t the typical boring adult image. Diana is resourceful, inspiring and cool! She set up one on one’s with me to guide me in choosing university options and helped me understand what best suited my interests. She definitely is an inspiring lady, but she always helped me sculpt into a better version of myself instead of trying to imprint her perspective on me. She was just a call away when I needed invaluable support in my adolescent years. On top of the reservoir of knowledge she holds, her willingness to help youth demonstrates how kind and compassionate she has been to promoting growth of local youth. Another asset Diana brings is the vast network she has built over these years in the Fort McMurray commerce industry. Having Diana as my mentor has significantly contributed to both my professional and personal growth. I feel privileged to have had Diana invest her time, energy and efforts in my adolescent years. She made me feel excited about conquering the world outside high school! I still aspire to be a well-rounded, strong, generous and determined risk taker like Diana!"  ~Ripple Patel~

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If you have a teenager that you feel could benefit from having someone like us in their lives, fill out the form below to get the process started.  We will arrange a one-on-one consultation with you and your child to ensure we are the right fit for you and your family.

"Diana Noble has been an exceptional role model, mentor, and friend over the years I have known her. I first met Diana in 2013 through Junior Achievement when I was the Vice President of Human Resources for a student run business. She coached me on how to help my team create interpersonal relationships, handle stress, and build good company morale. Being an entrepreneur herself, the advice I received was straightforward, well thought out, and remarkably helpful. Since then, I have participated in many volunteer and work experiences where I have utilized and built upon those fundamental skills. From her mentorship, I gained the ability to face any stressful or intimidating situation head on and accomplish any task with confidence. She has always been supportive and enthusiastic about young people pursuing their passions and achieving their goals. Knowing that there was always someone rooting for me made it easier to pursue and complete my specialization bachelor's degree in immunology and infection and become a hopeful pharmacy school graduate in the future."  ~Samantha McGrath~

Thank you for your inquiry! We will be in touch within the next business day.

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