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2021 Service-Learning Symposium: Mentoring in the Midst of Covid-19

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Mentoring in the Midst of Covid-19

Author: Kashawn Littlejohn

Faculty Supervisor: Jim Fullerton, Ph.D.

Community Partner: STRIVE Transitional Living

Abstract:

STRIVE Transitional Living Program is a part of the Safe Harbor nonprofit organization. Safe Harbor is dedicated to serving children, families, and individuals who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected, who are homeless or have run away from, and who are otherwise at risk or feel threatened. STRIVE Transitional Living Program under the direction of Dr. Laura Ridings. When COVID-19 shut down everything in the spring of 2019, STRIVE's mentoring program was a causality. For my service-learning project, I partnered with STRIVE to find a way for them to have a successful mentoring program within the limitations of COVID-19. Using technology that was now widely accessible, I was able to create something that could be used beyond COVID-19.

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