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Connecting to a brighter future

Mentor Tutor Connection pairs local teens with adult mentors

by Andrea Gemmet

While some teens might be a little puzzled at the prospect of having a mentor, Juan Marin-Melo had a good idea of what to expect. His older sister, now in college, was paired with a volunteer from Mentor Tutor Connection while in high school, and they'd formed a strong bond. As a freshman at Los Altos High School, when he heard the local nonprofit was holding sign-ups, Marin-Melo said he was excited about the opportunity.

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