Invest in the future: Mentor a child
Published 01/25/2012, Alexandria Echo Press
Research shows that young people who have mentors are less likely to use drugs, skip school or be involved in criminal activity. Research shows that involvement in mentoring enhances a company’s image, increases employee performance and impacts the future workforce. So the question is, if you are the owner or leader of a company, why wouldn’t you support mentorship opportunities?Word count: 811
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