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A five year study sponsored by Big Brothers Big Sisters Canada found that children with mentors were more confident and had fewer behavioral problems, and in general, young people showed increased belief in their abilities to succeed in school and felt less anxiety related to peer pressure.

Mentoring can be particularly beneficial to disadvantaged teens. A study conducted by North Carolina State University showed that youth from disadvantaged backgrounds are twice as likely to attend college when they have a mentor.

Global Education Vision is seeking mentors for our students. Given the schools we work with are international, these mentor-mentee relationships will be international in nature. Communication and interaction is conducted through technology.

Mentors must be at least 30 years old and clear Live Scan. If you are interested, please send your resume to careers@GEVglobal.org with "Mentor" in the subject head.


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