The Mazie Mentoring Program is looking for caring and committed adults to mentor high school students at Framingham, Waltham, and Marlborough high school.
Each year, the Mazie Mentoring Program recruits local adults to show students how to set goals and prepare for college and adulthood.
During the program, students complete specific goals with the help of a mentor, like volunteering for a community service project or completing a college essay.
The Mazie program was founded in 1999 in memory of John Andrew Mazie and has served over 900 students since. The program first started at Framingham High School in 1999, and then later branched out to students at Waltham High School and Marlborough High School.
If you're interested in volunteering as a mentor, contact Brandon Portillo at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Mazie program website.
About the Mazie Mentoring Program
The Mazie Mentoring Program matches at-risk high school students in Framingham, Waltham, and Marlborough with dedicated adult mentors for their Sophomore through Senior years of high school. Its objective is to provide young people with the support to help them achieve their goals and succeed. Since its foundation in 1998, the program has served 1,000 students. Created to honor the legacy of John Andrew Mazie, the program is in its 22nd year of operation. Since 2017, the program has been operated by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass & MetroWest.