Do you have an hour per week that you could share with a youth?
- With a mentor, kids are more likely to graduate from high school.
- With a mentor, kids are more likely to attend a four-year college.
- With a mentor, kids are less likely to fight in school or become involved in criminal activities.
Mentors benefit, too. They get to share their skills and talents with a young person who wants to learn, and mentors gain valuable experience that is important to their own professional development.
By spending an hour a week as a mentor, you can help to change someone's entire life for the better.
If you'd like to learn more, join us at the Library on Tuesday, October 16th, at 7pm, when Bill Stanczykiewicz, President and CEO of the Indiana Youth Institute, talks about mentorship.