Mentorship

The Impact of Fatherhood and Male Mentors: Interview with Chris Sprowls

June is Responsible Fatherhood Month in Florida! This month, we collectively celebrate fathers! Fathers and father figures are pivotal to the lives of their children every day. In this episode of the Mentors & Milestones Podcast, we talk with Chris Sprowls, former Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives and advocate for the Father First …

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Mentors & Milestones Podcast with Josie Tamayo, CEO of Volunteer Florida

The Value of Volunteerism

We’re celebrating Florida Volunteer Month with this special episode of the Mentors & Milestones Podcast! We talked with Josie Tamayo, CEO of Volunteer Florida, who we honored as our Take Stock 2024 Champion of Volunteerism at the Leadership Day at the Capitol this January. Josie shares with us how getting involved in your community can be …

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All Signs Lead to Career Success

The pathway to career success isn’t always linear, but Take Stock Citrus alum Paisley Greer’s story reminds us that you’re never without a few signs to stay on track. In this Mentors & Milestones Podcast episode, Paisley shares a unique connection to Take Stock in Children and the alum’s motivating career journey. Follow Take Stock …

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Amplifying Impact

Take Stock Broward alum Alfonso Mejia shares what Take Stock’s impact on the student’s life to reach higher, break cycles, and serve as a Take Stock Leaders 4 Life fellow.

Florida’s Children are Desperately in need of Mentors

Excerpt from the Tallahassee Democrat, January 18, 2024  Our children are being short-changed, and their futures are being compromised. A thriving society requires more. Each day, wisdom from aging generations is lost; formative lessons internalized from the agony of conflict, the impact of financial desperation, and the wounds of civil illness are sadly buried and eternally …

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