Cisse Niass Project offers top-of-the-line advising services to all students nationwide. Our goal is to help students whether they are struggling or not get the success they deserve. You are not sure that your advisor at school is doing a good job? Get in touch today!
who we help?
Middle School Students
High School Students
The purpose of CNP’s advising program is to be highly effective in assisting students as they transition from school to college or career. We offer students professional guidance and recommendations in academia and coping with social issues. Statistics from the National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI) indicate that around 50% of children 14 years and older with mental health issues will become school dropouts. Shockingly among 15-to 24-year-olds, suicide is the 2nd-leading cause of death, and even more overwhelming, is that only 20% of children who experience mental health conditions will get help (www.nami.org).
Children are some of the world’s most vulnerable populations. In today’s world, children face enormous peer pressure and are constantly seeking acceptance by their peers. The advent of social media and subsequent bullying has only exacerbated children’s social pressures. Sadly, it is only too common now that children as young as 8 years old are committing suicide after being victims of relentless bullying. CNP’s advisors will work vigilantly to support students who are being bullied and forge anti-bullying awareness.
WHAT DO WE DO?
Advisors will advise and monitor students’ social growth and personal and educational goals. The goal of advising is to encourage and support students through this minefield of life. Students must deal daily with peer pressure, bullies and the constant presence of social media. Our advisors will integrate counseling that cautions students about dangers and risks of social media and peer pressure. Advisors develop relationships with students to support them in developing a strong sense of wellbeing. CNP’s advising program provides a structured and nonthreatening environment in which students can express themselves and not feel threatened.
WHO ARE OUR ADVISORS?
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
NOTHING, IT'S FREE!