Join us as we welcome TERRICE THOMAS on Tuesday, August 30 at 6:00 pm to celebrate the release of MENTOR COACHING
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ABOUT THE BOOK:
When you were a young adult entering the workforce, were you ready?
In MENTOR COACHING, author Terrice Thomas addresses the unfortunate truth that high school graduates, college students, and college graduates commonly feel under prepared for the real world. Thomas presents a how-to guide for mentors to help prepare young adults for the future.
Topics she touches on include:
What makes a good mentor vs. a bad mentor
How to set goals and why it’s important
How to build relationships
Through personal anecdotes about being a mentor and a mentee, Thomas lays out strategies to lift up our young professionals. MENTOR COACHING is a book that is long overdue to assist with the personal and professional development of young adults.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Terrice Thomas is a graduate of Jackson State University (Jackson, MS) where she received a bachelor’s degree in mass communication. She also holds a master’s degree in public administration from Keller School of Management (Oak Brook, IL). Terrice is the Director of Memphis Programs for Project Transformation Tennessee, where the mission is to transform communities by engaging children, young adults, and churches in purposeful relationships. She also partners with local schools, non-profits, and businesses for workshops and trainings. Passionate about pouring into the next generation, she volunteers as a mentor for high school students in Reach Memphis. She also serves as a youth/young adult leader at New Direction Church. Terrice is an active member of Junior League of Memphis and the Jackson State University Alumni Association-Memphis Chapter. She is also a graduate of Leadership Memphis. During spare time, she enjoys writing, exploring Memphis’ live music spots, and spending time with her son, Kerwin, and fur baby, Yam.