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Would you like to make a difference in the life of a local Twenty-first Century Scholar?
Would you like to be a part of the team of current mentors in Delaware and Grant County who are helping to make the dreams of going to college a reality?
Project Leadership currently has dozens of students who remain on waiting lists for the mentoring programs in Delaware and Grant counties. To mentor in Delaware County call 765-747-5250 or in Grant County,
#1: It takes an hour. There's a lot you can do in just an hour,you can talk, play a game, or eat lunch. Doesn't hanging out with an inspirational high school student sound like fun?
#2: You will make a difference. Attendance is just one of many differences you will make! A study at one of our high schools showed that Twenty-first Century Scholars who are mentored had a daily school attendance rate that was twice as good as those not being mentored.
#3: Everyone needs encouragers. You've been through some unique experiences and learned a lot from them. Now, it's time for you to pass those life lessons on to students who are ready to learn from you!
Don't take our word for it. Check out what
current participants have to say!
Check out the newly updated 21st Century Scholar website, designed to help you navigate through the qualiications of the program and provide tips to help you succed not only in high school, but in college.
Throughout the website you will learn about the Scholar Success program, how to Plan, Prepare, and Pay for college and career success and most importantly how to enroll into the 21st Century Scholar program and to make sure guidelines are being completed in order to receive the scholarship after high school.
Below are some links to popular areas on the 21st Century Scholar website:
Did you know that the character trait GRIT is a stronger predictor of college success than a student's SAT score, IQ or high school GPA?
On Monday, April 14th, Project Leadership will be hosting the Indiana Youth Institute and a special mentor training that will explore the concept of GRIT and how mentors can help students develop this essential trait.
All Project Leadership mentors are encouraged to attend this essential training. Attendance is FREE, open to the community and dinner will be provided.
Please contact Project Leadership at
765-651-0650 to RSVP for this event.