Education is at the heart of all of objectives that MPPDM, Inc. strives to obtain. In addition to tutoring and mentoring, we actively support education through distribution of food at schools, tutoring and mentoring and through school supply distribution. We believe that education is a fundamental right and a key element to building and maintaining a healthy, self-sufficient community.
Tutoring & Mentoring
Educational success is vital to finding jobs in adulthood that pay enough to survive. Tutoring and mentoring programs can help students have success in school. Tutoring programs include volunteers who work in school or after-school study centers to help students learn basic concepts and complete their assignments.
Mentoring means helping students find opportunities for growth and development as individuals. Study centers that are well equipped with tables, chairs and reference books are inexpensive to set up and maintain.
Adult tutoring and mentoring programs may also benefit the uneducated and working poor. Mentoring seeks to assist with the needs of communities by providing services such as teaching basic reading, writing, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, math and computer skills. The program also provides mentoring models to address growth opportunities as it relates to individual development.