In response to "How Can We Improve?"
Although it is good to provide skills and work experience in a safe environment, there are more factors at play here than is considered. Firstly, there needs to be a bonding session between the volunteer and beneficiary to inculcate trust and familiarity between the two to ensure that the youth at risk(YAR) will feel safe in stepping into unknown territories. This will also ensure that the YAR will be able to have the mentor as a support system when they face challenges either at work, or in their personal lives. Hopefully, this would be a bridge to help these YARs get out of their delinquent environments. These bonding sessions should typically take place every month, and can also serve as a career mentoring session with the YAR. The mentor can take the YAR out for a meal and check up on the YAR\'s progress, as well as impart their career knowledge. Furthermore, YARs typically live in un-condusive environments and are unable to practice the skills that they learn. They might also have chaotic schedules due to their family situations, so they might be unable to attend classes or meetings. In the case of online meetings or classes, YARs typically share a household device and do not have access to the device at all times as other members might be using it. These are some potential problems that need to be considered.