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S1E5: The Importance of a Mentor

By July 4, 2016September 9th, 2019Podcast

"Every child deserves a mentor."

In this episode, you’ll discover the story behind The Mentoring Project, why it’s important to start a mentoring program small—one step at a time, and the many benefits a mentor provides to at-risk kids.

RESOURCES FROM TODAY’S SHOW

The Mentoring Project
Manifest Collab + Create
Kadence

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The TFI Story
Who Loves Series
Find a TFI Advocate Near You
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Meet Our Guest

Kari Sowers is an Intellectual Property attorney, host of the Manifest Collab podcast and oversees all content under the Manifest Collab + Create umbrella. Kari is also the Co-Founder of PLACE Conference and serves as In-House Counsel and Lead Trainer for The Mentoring Project. Most importantly, she is wife to John, and mom of three. Connect with Kari on social media using InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

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