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UGA-supported county mentor program shapes lives of local students

The Clarke County Mentor Program, supported by the University of Georgia (UGA), has been pairing students with mentors for over 30 years. The program trains around 275 community volunteers, including 150 UGA students, to mentor students in the Clarke County School District.

Maggie DeMaria, a UGA student and Clarke Central High School graduate, is a mentor in the program. She is also the president of the Clarke County Mentors at UGA student organization. DeMaria mentors a sixth grader and has helped expand the UGA student organization after the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Clarke County Mentors at UGA student group holds meetings for mentors to share experiences and discuss mentorship strategies. The group supports mentors with resources and encourages them to engage in activities with their mentees.

Maggie DeMaria, a UGA student and Clarke Central High School graduate, is a mentor in the program. She is also the president of the Clarke County Mentors at UGA student organization. DeMaria mentors a sixth grader and has helped expand the UGA student organization after the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Clarke County Mentors at UGA student group holds meetings for mentors to share experiences and discuss mentorship strategies. The group supports mentors with resources and encourages them to engage in activities with their mentees.


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