Mentors Needed in Omaha
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CREATED Jul. 31, 2013
Omaha, Ne- The Midlands Mentoring Partnership has announced its first community wide mentor recruitment campaign.
Organizers say they've matched roughly three thousand mentors with kids, but they need more.
Those who volunteer say it's very rewarding. "In the corporate world, in the grind you know of just trying to get work done and make a profit for the company and you forget what's really important in life and mentoring really helps you realize what life is really about, and that's helping others," says Phil McBride.
Mentors only need to donate four hours a month, a small amount of time, that can make a big difference.
If you would like to mentor, head to mentoromaha.org.