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Through our asset-based community of families, Coaches, volunteers, Mentors, and schools we help our girls overcome these challenges. We work with students, schools and families, in addition to providing consistent and ongoing individual support for students outside the school. We value a strong Coach/Tutor to student ratio to achieve our goals.

Triple Threat Mentoring serves primarily Black and Brown girls and underserved girls and their families. We serve incredibly diverse and resilient girls in Middle School through 12th grade. 80% of our participants are girls of color.  Our families are resilient while simultaneously facing a variety of systematic challenges, including gang violence, low-performing schools, and a high poverty rate.

Triple Threat Program Pillars/Services

Participants are encouraged to remain in our program from Middle school all the way through their first year post high school completion. Our program is community based which allows our services to be provided on school campuses, within participants neighborhoods and throughout the greater metro community. 

Program activities focus on:

Attitude/Altitude – Emotional Health​       

Athletics- Physical Health

Academics- Mental Health

Our program offers students a 4:1 Scholar Athlete to Coach/Tutor ratio. Thus, with this uniquely high volume of support and with our ever-stronger network of support, we create positive, substantive change in their lives.  We work towards changing systems by engaging the families of these girls in ways in which they can advocate for more supports, opportunities, etc. in their schools, community and school district for brown and black girls. 

If you are going into grades 9-12 and are interested in participating in Triple Threat Mentoring Program please click on the link below to fill out an interest form and a team member will be in touch soon!  
Please note we prioritize serving the following populations: Girls of Color, those in the foster care system, those living with someone other than their parents and those experiencing houselessness (includes couch surfing).




Click on the links below for more information on our Project-Based Learning Experiences



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