With the new school year underway, Pathways Early Education Center of Immokalee continues to connect its students with friendly faces around the country through Virtual Mentoring.
In as little as 15 minutes, you can inspire a future leader to love reading, learning and talking with a diverse group of people. And, you can volunteer from the comfort and convenience of your desk during a your lunch break.
Students with mentors have increased likelihood of going to college, better attitudes toward school, increased social and emotional development and improved self-esteem.
Interested in learning more? Contact Beth Hatch at PathwaysEarlyEducation.org.