S2 Episode 18: Laura Ward on the Power of Mentorship


Around 50% of students in Kent County report that they don’t have somebody in their life with whom they can talk about something important. Affinity Mentoring works to change that by matching students with a caring adult mentor. We sat down with Executive Director Laura Ward to discuss how this positive relationship can help improve students’ academic achievements, social skills and self-esteem. Take a listen to learn more about why the work Affinity Mentoring is doing has led them to being a finalist for this year’s Non-Profit of the Year at the EPIC Awards!


Related News

The IRS recently issued a news release outlining potential warning signs for businesses to use to determine whether their Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was proper...

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.


Recently, the Grand Rapids Chamber and the West Michigan CEO Council explored and discussed the role of immigrant inclusion in workforce strategies to support our...

Upcoming Events