- The Difference Between Introverts and Extroverts
- Is High School Really the Best Years of Your Life?
- How to Spot Toxic People Before It’s Too Late
- The Pressures of Social Media
- The Dangers of Overthinking
- How Playing an Instrument Benefits Your Brain
- Do’s and Don’ts of Dating in High School
- Don’t Be A Follower
- What You Can Learn From The Bachelor
- For Those Considering Suicide
- Overcoming Senioritis
- What Are the Chances You Actually Have ADHD?
- Don’t Buy Into That Stupid Power Dynamic
- How Forgiveness Works
- How Stress Affects Your Body
- Toxic People: How to End a Bad Relationship
- What Is Modesty? | Teens Girls Talk About Modesty #2
- Being the Youngest Child
- How To Process Your Emotions
- The Life-Changing Act of Saying Hello
- Don’t Compare Yourself to Others
- Study Less, Study Smart
- Ask a Pro Football Player
- 6 Types of Modesty | Teen Girls Talk About Modesty #1
- Sisters Before Misters (Students)
- Be Real (Students)
- What Would Happen if You Didn’t Sleep?
- How Social Networks Can Ruin Teens
- The 5 Love Languages for Students
- 3 Ways Your Smartphone Is Ruining You
- Fix Your Grammar
- Street Drug Rots You from the Inside Out
- The Truth About Popularity
- Know Your Identity
- Make Time for Fun in High School
- Poop | Ask a Doctor
- What Does a Healthy Relationship Look Like?
- How to Break Bad Habits
- STDs | Ask a Doctor
- How Long Will You Live?
- Grudge vs Boundary in Relationships
- Ask a Businessman
- Compound Interest: Why Don’t They Teach This in School?
- How To Say “No!” to Almost Anything
- What My Dad Taught Me about Leadership
- Generosity for Teens | Core Virtues #12
- Patience | Core Virtues #10
- Love for Teens | Core Virtues #8
- How to Have Joy | Core Virtues #2
- How to Have Integrity
- Gratitude for Teens | Core Virtues #11
- Respect | Core Virtues #9
- How to Be a Superhero 101
- How to Have Loyalty | Core Virtues #13
- How to Have Courage | Core Virtues #7
- How to Be Diligent | Core Virtues #5
- How to Take Ownership
- How to Have Wisdom | Core Virtues #6
- How to Have Self-Control | Core Virtues #3
- How to Have Forgiveness
- Four Types of Friends in Junior High
- Should You Get Rid of Snapchat?
- What is Life Really Like in Rwanda?
- Forget shopping – Soon You’ll Download Your New Clothes
- 10 Reasons Why Time Travel is No Good
- Never Steal a Paperclip
- Differences between Guy and Girl Friendships
- What If You Only Drank Soda?
- 7 Things Teens Wish They Could Say to Their Parents (Youth)
- Eight Awkward Situations and How to Deal with Them (Youth)
- How To Survive A Robot Apocalypse | Let’s Talk Tech #3
- Can online courses replace a campus education?
- How to Help Someone Who Is Suicidal
- Investing for Teenagers
FLEXTALK STUDENT MENTORING is a free, student-led program for middle schools and high schools. Older students mentor younger students in “student groups” of up to 12 students with two co-leaders. Student mentors are trained through FLEXTALK workshops and given oversight by parents or teachers. Mentors who complete the training and log ten meetings will be added to our national registry of FLEXTALK student mentors. Advanced certificates will be awarded to mentors who complete 2, 3, and 4 years of training and service.
Mentor training is a 2-hour intensive workshop that teaches you the basics of FLEXTALK mentoring (see our Mentoring 101 Series and our Student Training playlist) and gives you hands-on experience in leading a student group with our tools. Training and registration costs $50 per student and includes the official FLEXTALK Student T-shirt. To schedule an on-site training workshop for your school or organization, click here.
Logging your meeting
Student mentors receive credit for each student group meeting by logging it here. Completing and logging ten meetings with your group qualifies you for our national registry of FLEXTALK student mentors.
Here’s everything you need to get your student group started and promoted.
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Can you go without saying something negative about another person for one whole day? Would it matter?
You’ve probably lost a few friends to combat or training accidents. It seems like a useless waste of life, so how do you deal with it?
When your kids are struggling with an addiction, it can be overwhelming and can upend the entire family.
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As the internet and online activities become more and more a part of our everyday lives, it’s important to know what we’re exchanging for the convenience of free, fast information.
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If you want to be successful, hang out with successful people. If you don’t know anyone successful, then read a book by a successful person.
Porn addiction isn’t just an adult issue anymore. With the internet easily accessible on phones, kids are being exposed at younger and younger ages.
Going into combat is part of life in the military. Here’s how to prepare.
Potty training can be one of the most frustrating parts of parenting, especially when kids are afraid of the toilet! Learn some practical tips that can make going to the potty fun, not scary.
Kids need help from their parents when it comes to grieving a death in the family. Here’s how to help them.
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