Youth mentor program seeking volunteers

December 18, 1990

Business and labor leaders in Maryland are being urged to allow their employees to volunteer for the U.S. Department of Labor workforce quality program.

The program matches volunteer role models, or mentors, with disadvantaged or at-risk youths. The goal is to motivate the youths to stay in school and acquire basic skills needed to survive in a competitive workplace.

In the Baltimore area, information on youth mentoring programs is available fom Kalman Hettleman of the Baltimore Mentoring Institute, at 301-685-8316.

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