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NOW ACCEPTING MENTOR APPLICATIONS FOR DC FOR SPRING 2015

Make a difference in a young person’s life!

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YOUTH FROM 24 STATES AND 35 CITIES SPEAK UP AND OUT AGAINST DRUGS

One of our missions and passions here at Mentor Foundation USA is empowering young people nationwide to speak up and out against drugs and provide a pathway to healthy living.

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WHY IS LUTHER MENTORING?

I sat down with Luther Ivery after one of our recent mentoring session at Cesar Chavez Parkside Campus to find out more about what motives him to be a mentor and what it means to mentor a young person.

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MENTORING WITH CESAR CHAVEZ EXPANDS TO REACH MORE YOUTH

We all know that a child should never feel alone in dealing with day-to-day challenges. But the reality in the United States is that 8.5 million youth are without a caring adult in their life. We need to change that.

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WE NEED 10 NEW MENTORS IN DC TODAY!

10 Students are still waiting for you to show up and care!!

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WE NEED MENTORS: APPLY TODAY

Mentor Foundation USA has had an incredible summer of Mentor recruitment in the greater Washington D.C. area.

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2014 H&M DRUG FREE YOUTH CAMPAIGN

Mentor Foundation USA and global fashion retailer H&M partner again this year to empower students across the country to spread their Drug-Free message with a T-shirt Slogan campaign.

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YOUTH SPOTLIGHT: NATHAN NISENSON

Launching a national campaign takes a lot of effort and Nathan Nisenson, a rising senior at Washington Lee HS in Arlington, VA, has stepped up to become an H&M Drug Free T-Shirt Slogan Campaign Ambassador!

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MENTOR FOUNDATION USA ON FOX NEWS DC

Mentor Foundation USA was recognized with a 3 minute interview on FOX News DC to discuss our Mentoring in Schools program and our “I Love Mentors” mentor recruitment yoga event.

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MENTOR RECRUITMENT OPEN HOUSE EVENTS

Mentor Foundation USA is looking for new Mentors to impact the lives of local students in 2014-2015.

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