Nonprofit transforms SCS teacher experience with peer-to-peer mentors

October 1st, 2018

The curriculum may have been unconventional but the lesson was clear. read more »

Peer Power's Two-State Half Marathon Spanning Big River Crossing Returns this November

May 3rd, 2018

Peer Power Foundation is pleased to announce the second-annual Big River Crossing Half Marathon + 5K, to be held on November 3, 2018.  read more »

Kenishia L. Guy

When adolescents are made aware of their options, they are more likely to strive for success in all their endeavors.  Throughout the five years of my tenure with Peer Power, I have realized that this program has given me the liberty to meet and tutor at-risk youth and gain insight about their outlook on life, emotions, and feelings.  I have had the privilege of becoming involved in the lives of these students as an adult figure and watch them develop and become assets to the community.  I am afforded the pleasure of educating the youth of our community about the positive pathways of life that are available to them in their mission to become successful adults.  Because of this program, I am empowered to become a productive, global citizen in the twenty-first century.