9th Graders Seek Mentors

Posted by on January 18, 2010

9th Graders Seek Mentors

Do YOU Care Enough…

to help a child be successful?
More than 40% of Philadelphia’s 9th graders are dropping out of high school.

to make a difference?
Growing up, many of us had a special person who helped us become the individuals we are today. By giving one hour a week, talking, listening, engaging in activities, and just giving of your time, you can be that special person to a teen.

to give something of yourself?
If a child’s life is important to you, make a difference by mentoring a student. You can invest one hour at a high school between 3:30-5:30 or we’ll transport your mentee to your workplace once a week (provided there are at least five others at your office who will also mentor students).

Mentor now for a better tomorrow, for ALL of us!

For more information, please contact Yvette Fuller at YFuller@EducationWorks-online.org

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