Serve others for a total of 40 hours. Where possible, some of these hours should include mentoring another young woman with her Personal Progress. This should be done under the direction of the ward or branch Young Women presidency.
As you help another young woman, you may want to:
Be her friend.
Be an example of a righteous daughter of God.
Encourage her to work with her parents in selecting appropriate value experiences and projects.
Help her follow through with value experiences and projects.
Help her keep records of value experiences and projects.
Help her understand the gospel principles that the value experiences and projects teach.
Encourage her to read the Book of Mormon, and discuss with her what she is reading.
Encourage her to share value experiences and projects with her family.
Study a gospel principle together, and share with her how living that principle strengthens your faith. Encourage her to live that principle or to select one that would help her strengthen her faith. (See Faith Value Experience 3.)
Help plan a ward speech, music, dance, or drama festival for your ward. Specifically plan to help one young woman complete a Personal Progress requirement. (See Individual Worth Value Experience 5.)
Is there a skill or talent that you could teach another young woman, like cooking, conducting music, or changing a tire? Help her find a way to display her new skill. (See Knowledge Value Experience 2.)
Help another young women understand the scriptures in each value experience and bear testimony of how this understanding has made a difference in your life.
Talk with her about the standards in For the Strength of Youth. Each of you choose a standard to improve in your life. After three weeks, talk with each other about your progress on that standard, and then share with your families, class, or a Young Women leader what you both have done. (See Choice and Accountability Value Experience 2.)
Visit with a young woman to help her identify what type of service she could give to fulfill Good Works Value Experience 6. Help her with planning and serve with her.
Help a young woman with special needs in your ward to work on her Personal Progress. Be a friend to her and help her read the scriptures or plan projects.
Make a Personal Progress Pocket for the Young Women you're mentoring to hold her personal progress, journal, and Strength of Youth book
Make monthly personal progress reminders for the girls in your ward, especially those who need more motivation
Make a prayer rug for the young woman
Teach her how to make a scripture case to keep her scriptures and personal progress in
Volunteer to host a mutual activity that focuses on Personal Progress
Help the Young Women make 72 hour kits for their homes
Help, teach and encourage a young woman to keep and write a scripture journal.
Teach the young woman how to use Family Search and gather names to take to the temple
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