The Mentor Effect

The estimated cost of one high school dropout is $467,231 to the state. Mentoring encourages a young person to stay in school and be prepared to learn. We call this The Mentor Effect. And it’s working in our community.
69% of companies are struggling to find skilled workers. Mentoring can help a young person be work ready and develop important skills. We call this The Mentor Effect. And it’s working in our community.
33% of mentoring programs are working to prevent violence in the community by putting a caring adult in the life of a young person to help them make healthy choices. We call this The Mentor Effect. And it’s working in our community.
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Across Massachusetts, more than 250 mentoring programs are supporting 33,000 youth in mentoring relationships. Having a mentor helps young people stay engaged in school, develop a positive attitude toward learning and makes them more likely to graduate high school, attend college, and succeed in a work environment. We call this The Mentor Effect. And it’s working in our community.

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