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Email: gempowermentoring@gmail.com
2016 Annual Summer Hike2015 Christmas Toy DriveTeam F.A.M. Meridian Middle School

2016 Annual Summer Hike

Every summer G.E.M. takes a trip to Rattlesnake Ridge for a hike and conversation at the top of the mountain.

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2015 Christmas Toy Drive

G.E.M. was honored to be a sponsor and supporter of the 2015 Christmas Toy Drive in Kent WA.

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Team F.A.M. Meridian Middle School

G.E.M. has formed a partnership with the Kent School District and is now offering mentoring at: Meridian Middle School and Meeker Middle School. With outreach to over 60 young men in total.

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Job Opportunities

GEM IS HIRING 

Theft 3 Mall Safety Pilot Project

Birthed out of the appointed King County Juvenile Justice Equity Steering Committee (JJESC) by the Executive of King County Mr. Dow Constantine is the Theft 3 Mall Safety Pilot Project. The project brings three unique organizations together to help lower the number and hopefully all together do away with juvenile referrals for charges coming from Westfield Mall in Tukwila Washington. Police officers can now divert shoplifting and other low-level cases to one of three providers: Horn of Africa (South Seattle), Safe Futures (West Seattle), and or G.E.M. (South King County). The goal is to reduce the number of filings on young adults, by diverted them into successfully community based programming that aim to redirect young adults energy.

 

Case Manager Job Description

Under the supervision of the Executive Director for the GloverEmpowerMentoring Program. Provide an array of case management services to 30 youth who are at risk of or are juvenile justice involved and their families. 

Intake Specialist

The Intake Specialist is responsible for the assessment and intake of youth offenders (ages 12-18) at Westfield Southcenter Mall. This includes working alongside Westfield Southcenter Mall security and Loss Prevention Officers and Tukwila Police. This staff person will be responsible for the screening of youth and assigning of one of the three community diversion programs (Horn of Africa, Safe Futures, or Glover EmpowerMentoring Program). This program is part of and fully funded through the King County-wide Best Starts for Kids Initiative. BSK strategy 10 that states “Best Starts for Kids will adopt proven strategies to divert youth from the juvenile justice system, prevent incarceration and address disproportionality”. This program seeks to divert youth charged with misdemeanor theft away from the criminal justice system.

 

Programming

Service Menu and Program Overview Mission Statement The Glover EmpowerMentoring Program is a community based nonprofit organization that offers mentoring to young adults in an around Kent WA and South […]

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Interaction Gallery

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Donate

When you shop at smile.amazon.com, Amazon donates! This link will take you directly to G.E.M. so you won’t have to search for us! https://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-1242835 FAQs: Can I use my existing Amazon.comaccount on […]

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Founder / Steering Committee

  Glover EmpowerMentoring Steering Committee Biographies  GEM Board Members The Board provides the necessary guidance and support to help ensure the success of the program.  These individuals represent different aspects […]

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Mentors

Glover EmpowerMentoring programs offer young people education, job skills, personal development opportunities, leadership skills, and a chance to direct their lives more positively. G.E.M. mentors provide support to mentees as […]

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