Mission I'm Possible (MIP) is a program designed to offer the individualized special attention to the future of foster youth through education, community based-activities and internship/co-op opportunities as delivered by mentors. MIP's role in the community is to provide integrative services alongside various state programs, agencies, and nonprofit organizations.




We strive to increase economic opportunities for foster youth and alumni through workforce and vocational skill development, financial literacy education, and entrepreneurship. Participation in this initiative is through application and referral. 

Mentoring and Life Skills Development

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Texas Department of Family and Protective Services featured Mentoring Program for youth in foster care

Mission I'M Possible

**We offer any variation or customization of this program based on the needs of the individual. Special/expedited consideration will be given to participants who have a historical connection to the foster/adoptive care system within the state of Texas.

Our Focus Areas Include...

  • College Preparedness
  • Workforce and Vocational Skill Development
  • Entrepreneurship 
  • Transitional Life Skills
  • Financial Literacy
  • Community Involvement