Monthly Archives: February 2015

Why Mentoring Matters

By Kim St. John-Stevenson “It is projected that 16 million young people, including 9 million at-risk young people, will reach adulthood without connecting with a mentor of any kind.” – The Mentoring Project Having recently learned January was National Mentoring Month, … Continue reading

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The One Imperative

  Celebrate Black History Month with the YWCA! Throughout history, the YWCA has been on the forefront of social change for racial equality. YWCA leaders have played important roles in the civil rights movement, creating policy and social change and … Continue reading

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