Juvenile Mentoring Program (JuMP) is a program that works with kids between 12 and 15 hers old who are on probation for non-violent, misdemeanor offenses are much less likely to re-offend when offered training on topics such as self-esteem building, healthy relationships, decision making, digital messaging and other life skills. To equip these young people with the tools they need to make good choices, JLCC volunteers work in conjunction with the Juvenile Probation Department of Collin County to serve as mentors and conduct training sessions for juvenile offenders in a classroom environment. This project aims to reduce recidivism and make a positive impact in the lives of underserved youths.