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Attendance Matters – Mentoring Helps!

This September, Seedling will join organizations all over the country in recognizing Attendance Awareness Month. Chronic absence, the missing of 10% or more of a school year, is an indicator of both poor school performance and an early indicator of dropping … Continue reading

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Reflections in Mentoring

It’s the season for New Year’s Resolutions, and all the advice tells us to reflect, to think about where you’ve been and where you want to go. As you think about the direction for your Seedling mentoring relationship and your … Continue reading

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Seedling Donors & Mentors Speak Out – Rachel Brownlow Lund

Seedling continues its series of interviews with our Mentors, Donors and Board Members, sharing their insights and stories with you! Rachel, how long have you been a mentor with Seedling, and how did you hear about us?

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Mentoring in Real Life – National Mentoring Month

January is National Mentoring Month, and this year’s national theme is “Mentor in Real Life.” Seedling mentors hear about real life in every visit, whether it’s a challenging school experience, a poignant tale of home life, or a simple expression … Continue reading

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