The Ready to Achieve Mentoring Program (RAMP)

RAMP is a Career Based Mentoring program that uses a combination of group, peer and individualized mentoring to help youth, ages 12-18.


The program allows participants to learn about job options, set goals for themselves and identify concrete steps anchored in their day to day lives to help set and reach goals.

The services we provide are: Weekly career preparation-focused group meetings; Peer-supported goal setting; Individualized Mentoring Plan; Participation in hi-tech project; Case management Mentor training.

RAMP is funded by the Institute for Educational Leadership and the US Department of Justice.  We serve about 35 clients per year.



Students set weekly goals that represent steps toward their long term objectives in learning social skills, health, career development, leadership and other areas related to their individual challenges, such as disabilities or court involvement. RAMP helps prepare students for careers in science, technology, engineering and math fields.


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of participants in our education, employment, and training programs improved their legal and life situation.

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