THE ARISE SOCIETY
The Arise Society uses a relational based model to support full-time learning as a way towards independence. We support our students being positively engaged in development and growth through full-time learning. At Arise Society students experience a culture of full-time learning. Specifically, students share a similar life-style, a better understanding, and experiences of growth with each other.
We utilize positive relationships and circumstances in our student’s lives to help them engage and experience success in full-time learning. As a full-time learning program we use a pragmatic approach. Problems are only considered relevant when they get in the way of our student’s success. Our team develops relationships to help our students to deal problems. This involves an in-depth understanding or our student’s weaknesses and strengths.
Often students have access to effective and high quality resources. We believe that students struggle to access all that is usually offered. The Arise Society specializes in providing support and motivating students to available resources through collaboration. Full-time learning requires discipline, courage, focus and persistence. Often students must face their fear of failure and other personal and emotional limitations. Mentors use every experience that they share with students to understand when students may feel overwhelmed, anxious, lonely, depressed, helpless and afraid of all the challenges that come with full-time learning.