We are here to share our wisdom, skills, abilities and knowledge.  We share because we care.  We care because if we sparingly give assistance we overlook the cries for help.  Those cries are from those who may be the future leaders and if we are not part of the solution, we are part of the problem.
Mission Statement
To mentor, inspire, empower and enabling individuals to form/accomplish attainable goals to improve their quality of life. 
  • You are Supportive
    By far, the most important role of a mentor is to support and encourage young people, particularly as they struggle to overcome obstacles and solve problems. When young people feel down, upset with their families, or unhappy in their life situations, mentors are beside them, letting them talk about anything and reminding them of their innate value.
  • You are an Active Listener: Mentors listen first and speak last.  Many teens mentioned how little they feel listened to by most adults. Often, they feel inferior even when they have good ideas. But mentors are different. They always listen, even when they are not obligated to do so.
  • You Push -- Just Enough
    As parents can attest, most teens don’t respond well to being pushed out of their comfort zones, particularly within families. But teens really like to have high expectations set for them – both academically and personally. They appreciate when mentors push them beyond what they may have imagined they could accomplish. In fact, this is likely the reason why mentored youth from disadvantaged backgrounds are twice as likely to attend college. 
  • You Have Authentic Interest in Youth as Individual
    Teens can tell the difference between adults who are authentically interested in them as individuals and those who are just playing a role. Mentors engage youth to understand all aspects of their lives and interests. They value young people’s ideas and honor their changing feelings and moods.
  • You Foster Self Decision-Making
    Good mentors don’t judge young people or impose their own beliefs on them. Instead they remind teens who they are and help them believe they have the insights to make good choices. Knowing they are not being judged helps young people think through decisions critically, sifting through the deeper values that will inform the adults they become.
  • You Lend Perspective
    Adult mentors provide perspective to young people from their additional years of life experience. When obstacles seem overwhelming, mentors help put those challenges in perspective. They also help young people see both sides of a situation, helping model the skills of positive skepticism.
The Services provided are intended to help mold and enable the participants to become the most positive/model adults as possible based upon their knowledge attainability, career goals, support systems, and level of motivation. 
Why we do What we do?
The individuals within our communities may come from
many different walks of life but the constant is that they are at times under served and
need someone to advocate for them, teach them innovative ways to improve their
quality of life, obtain the necessary skills to get desired promotions and possibly enter
the workforce for the first time. We are here to help individuals navigate life and afford
them the highest propensity for success.

Let's Start Now

With the proper skill sets, support systems, and motivations, a person can accomplish anything.
Change Begins Now!
Tel.: 775-285-6570
Email: omarmewborn@absolute-transformation.org
251 Jeanell Dr., Suite 3
Carson City, Nevada 89703