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Why Mentoring?

Mentoring works miracles. By committing just four hours of your time each month, you can save a young person's life.

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Did You Know?

Common interactions between mentors and mentees include academic support, personal development and career exploration.
Mentors are encouraged to think outside-the-box with mentoring. Mentoring doesn't have to be "formal." A positive role model taking a child to a baseball game is a form of mentoring. Running errands with your mentee and talking about life choices is also a flexible way to mentor!
Responsible mentoring can take many forms: traditional one-to-one mentoring, group mentoring, and peer mentoring.