Throughout the month of January, mentoring organizations from across the country took part in National Mentoring Month by recruiting, honoring and celebrating new and established mentors and their mentees. While the month may have passed, mentoring is service that happens year-round.
Last month, the Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania took a moment to talk with a few Pittsbugh Steelers about their mentors and what those relationships mean to them. With the Steelers playing in the SuperBowl this Sunday, the mentoring stories of Pittsburgh Steelers Ryan Clark, Max Starks, Nick Eason, and Doug Legursky feel especially timely. Be inspired by all four videos below.
Watch Pittsburgh Steeler Ryan Clark's mentoring story:
Watch Pittsburgh Steeler Max Starks' mentoring story:
Watch Pittsburgh Steeler Nick Eason's mentoring story:
Watch Pittsburgh Steeler Doug Legursky's mentoring story:
The Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern Pennsylvania is the lead resource for mentoring in Pittsburgh and the surrounding region. Since 1995, this partnership been working to ensure that every child who wants or needs a mentor has the opportunity for a high-quality mentoring relationship. Over the years, our work with more than 140 local programs has helped to increase the number of youth being served in our region by 400%.