Monday, April 18, 2011


Hartford Business Journal (Hartford, CT) April 18, 2011 "Throughout Connecticut, businesses, colleges and other civic-minded organizations mentor state students. They do so not only because students benefit from the one-on-one attention they receive, but also because helping young people gain confidence and build academic achievements is good for everyone. In business, we like to talk about the multiplier effect of economic investment that creates other businesses and additional jobs outside our own companies. Northeast Utilities believes mentoring students has a similar multiplier effect on the human experience because everybody gains from this work. Mentoring provides a direct link to students, but think of the benefits to society when mentors, teachers, classmates, parents and younger brothers and sisters also profit from the experience. That process builds a foundation for a better community and a more sound society." Read More

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