Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Mentoring Program Uses Volunteers to Enrich Students' Lives

Connecticut Post, January 21, 2015

"Jan Sherrell spends an hour a week either jumping rope, sitting and reading or sometimes just talking, but she said it's time well spent.

'You don't have to be a teacher, you just have to care about kids," Sherrell told the News and Tribune ( ). 'It's a lot of fun to remember what a second-grader does. It's a lot of fun to revisit that world and enjoy the things they enjoy, reading books at their level and playing games'." Read More.

For more information on mentoring programs please visit our Mentoring Resource Center here.

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