Coro Pittsburgh, a nonprofit organization looking to advance effective leaders who are committed to civic engagement, has posted a piece about our eMentoring program on their blog! Here is a short segment from the article, written by Allison Quinn.
The choices I was up against, like choosing a profession, looked so ominous because I didn’t know how to face them. After talking to someone who had experience with these types of decisions, I felt more capable and up to the challenge to deal with future professional choices intelligently. That is why eMentoring is such a great program, because the program allows adults to mentor high school students in an intimidating and pivotal time in their lives, and help them tackle the future with confidence and intelligence.
Read the rest of the article here.