The Each One Reach One (EORO) Mentoring Program is designed to promote academic excellence, develop a strong sense of community and increase retention and graduation rates for Black undergraduate students at the University of Delaware. The program strengthens ties within the undergraduate community by cultivating a sense of responsibility between participating students and the university. The centerpiece of the program is the mentoring relationship between current Upper-class students and incoming freshmen and transfer students. This system of "giving back" fosters a supportive environment for learning by allowing mentors to help mentees understand the academic and social support systems available to them at the University of Delaware. Mentors work to develop a strong bond with mentees by serving as resources of academic, social and cultural information, assistance and support.
The Ngoza Saba, seven principles of Kwanzaa which include Unity, Self-determination, Collective Work & Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity and Faith serve as the basis for the Each One Reach One program. The seven principles, in addition to ROADS (an acronym for Responsibility, Order, Attitude, Discipline and Spirituality) provide the foundation for the program by developing a learning environment that encourages scholarship, leadership and service both on and off campus. If you are interested in more information about the Each One Reach One program, please contact us.
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