One of the greatest benefits the kids receive from the STRIVE mentorship program is Rotary mentors’ time and connection with them. We walk the walk, not just talk the talk.
The program needs two mentors at each of six tables. This accommodates mentors’ schedules so that one will always be at each session. Please let me know if you are interested in being a mentor this year, or if you know a retired or available professional who is interested in guiding these under-achieving youth toward successful adulthood.
Please be at the September 18 Rotary meeting when Rotarian Candido Palomarez provides more information about the STRIVE program and its life skills topics.
I look forward to seeing you!
~ Heather Farr,