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LaQuita Parks-Facilitator/Communication Coach/Mentor

 (678) 608-9948

A Failure 2 Communicate Mentoring Program is "Meeting Your PRECIOUS gift at a time!"


​​​​Our Mentoring Programs give young people an opportunity to be involved in a mentoring program that will empower them while teaching them how to love and respect themselves from the inside out.

​​A Year of Discovering Me was developed to provide a unique learning experience that will allow the participants to build positive life skills and positive self-awareness. Through various fun and adventure based activities, they will uncover or discover their leadership potentials, realize possibilities, understand the importance of commitment and accomplish tasks they did not know they were capable of.  

Beauty re-Defined is uniquely designed to focus on the total person, from re-Defining the beauty of the hair, skin, hygiene, diet and nutrition and the beauty of the inner young woman.

​​Manhood re-Defined is uniquely designed to groom young men and give them the opportunity to know their true purpose…to be the leaders, providers and protectors of society.

 What Lives Within-Young Adult Program that works with guiding young adults aged 18-25 into good decision making skills. This mentoring program is designed to help bring positive changes to the individual’s life with a focus on financial planning, educational goals and job readiness skills. The mentors encourage short term and long term goal setting, self discipline and the understanding of self worth. Mentor and mentees participate in monthly group and one-on-one sessions for a minimum of one year.

 E-mail Mentoring to connect young people between the ages of 14 to 25 with experienced mentors who foster an academic, developmental, and professional relationship by motivating and encouraging positive life growth. E-mail mentors offer advice and suggestions on the importance of loving self and self respect as well as continuing education, job readiness & preparedness along with career choices.