"I am a Mentor Day"
I am a mentor and I am making a difference in my community by showing up for a young person in real life.
Mentoring has an impact In Real Life.
- Mentoring builds relationships that are as meaningful for the mentor as they are for the young person.
- Having a mentor empowers young people to make smart choices that put them on a path to making better life decisions.
- Students who have mentors are more
likely to stay in school.
- Students with mentors have better school attendance-because they learn the importance of showing up in real life.
- By sharing their own life experiences, mentors provide students with a clear vision of what their future could look like.
The impact is that, statistically, students with mentors are more likely to continue school through higher education. Join me and become a mentor today!
Every kid should have someone to turn to. Join the movement, Mentor IN REAL LIFE. Click Here to Search for your mentoring opportunity.
In January 2016, National Mentoring Month (NMM) will mark its 15th yearas a large-scale public awareness campaign, which culminates with the annual National Mentoring Summit. At the national level, the effort is led by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, with support from the Highland Street Foundation.
Roger Madison, CEO