New Lens Urban Mentoring Society is a non-profit that was founded in 2013, the cross-generational mentorship program serves black boys who attend the Saint Paul Public Schools. New Lens Urban Mentoring Society provides black males in the 8-12th grade with access to culturally congruent mentors, who engage their mentees through individual and group activities. New Lens Urban Mentoring Society provides our youth with access to some of the Twin Cities brightest minds. In addition to providing our youth with high quality mentors, we utilize a multi-generational approach to mentoring providing our mentors with elder role models, networking opportunities, and elder wisdom.
Our mission at New Lens Urban Mentoring Society is to improve the quality of life for black males by providing culturally-congruent, multi-generational mentoring to address mental. physical, and social development.
New Lens Urban Mentoring Society was designed by Gayle Smaller at request of the Superintendent. New Lens Urban Mentoring Society was intentionally was create as program for the Saint Paul Public Schools, serving youth at Battle Creek. Hazel Park, Fransworth, Murray, Humbolt, Ramsey, Johnson, Harding, and Central. We would love for you to support our mission. We take this work seriously, and we invite you to join our cause.
We're committed to serving young black males year after year and depend upon a community of support. Thank you very much for taking the time to come visit our page and one dollar helps.