Studies show that children who succeed despite enormous personal, economic or social obstacles often do so because of the presence of committed and competent role models who believe in them. Sadly, too many of our nation's children – our future leaders – are confronted with poverty, violence, teenage pregnancy and separated families. What's worse, many lack the encouragement and support needed…
One-to-one mentoring not only makes a difference in the life of one child, it changes communities and closes the opportunity divide for talented children who are just as deserving of access and opportunity as their peers. Pledge to support the future of a child's dream.
Do you remember someone special who encouraged you to believe in yourself? Sadly, too many of our…Read More
While mentors can have a profound impact on the lives of children, CNN New Day co-host Chris Cuomo knows that mentoring can happen at all…Read More
Our friend and champion-of-mentoring, Bloomingdale's, is celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth with a series of in-store events all over the…Read More
We're rooting for all of Team USA Winter Olympics during the Sochi 2014 Winter Games--but especially for Shani Davis, the amazing product…Read More
April is National Volunteer Month AND Financial Literacy Month--celebrations of two things near and dear to our hearts here at Mentoring…Read More
Mentoring USA executive director Stephen Powell, checks out the new pilot mentoring program in the Rome City School District and gives it…Read More