"I became a mentor. You can too."
Who are today’s mentors? They are people just like you — men and women who want to make a difference in a child’s life and lift up their communities. They do not have super-human skills or extra free time, just a desire to help. If they can do it, so can you.
Jay had a mentor. That's why he became one.
Right now, there are 3,000 kids in the Commonwealth who are waiting for mentors. And a critical
shortage of mentors of color. See what mentoring means to a child.
And how you can