Lasell College Price Center Mentoring

Price Center Mentoring ClubMembers: 16

Mission Statement: The purpose of Price Center Mentoring is to work with kids with disabilities, to reach out to individuals who have not had a college experience, and to be a mentor to someone who may not have one. Price Center participants will come to the Lasell Campus and spend two hours spending time and learning from students about college. In the past, participants from the Price Center have enjoyed coming to a college campus and spending time with current college students. Through this mentoring program, we hope to make a difference and to form strong bonds between participants from the Price Center and Lasell mentors.

When and where do you meet? 3:30-5:30 Every other Friday We meet in Wolfe.

Highlights/Achievements: Planning and hosting a dance in the Spring semester of 2011.

Major Projects/Productions: Planning a dance, continually hosting sessions and planning activities for the participants.

How can new students join?: Contact Sharyn Lowenstein, Director of Center for Community-Based Learning and Price Center Mentoring advisor, for more information: slowenstein@lasell.edu

Is there any additional information people should know about your club/organization? This organization is a lot of fun and it gives participants an opportunity to be a mentor to someone and to do community service.

 

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