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News - December 30, 2016

Making a strong connection

Mentor Tutor Connection links teens with caring role models, younger kids with tutors

by Andrea Gemmet

After Juakita Berkley and her family moved to Mountain View, she started searching for a mentorship program to join. Back in Dallas, she had started up a youth mentoring program and she said she wanted to continue volunteering in her new home. A bit of searching online led her to Mentor Tutor Connection, a nonprofit that has provided Mountain View and Los Altos youth with tutoring and mentoring programs since it was founded in 1995 by the Los Altos Rotary Club.

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