Nearly 6,000 American students drop out of school every day. But students who participate in mentor relationships miss 50% fewer school days, are less likely to use drugs, and are more likely to complete their education. With only 20 percent of a student's time spent in school, out-of-school time activities serve as an intergral part of a child's success.
United Way in Waukesha County understands that reading, tutoring, and mentoring are not only needed for youth, but for adult learners as well. Please consider helping an adult or individual with special needs to meet their goals of being educated and self-sufficient!
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To find a volunteer opportunity that is suited for you or your group, search our dynamic online database. There are many ways to get connected. Search for an organization near your home, a cause that is important to you, or an opportunity that matches your skills and interests.
Browse our Individual Opportunities and Group Opportunities to see what is being highlighted this spring.
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Connect with the Volunteer Center by calling (262) 547-8459 or sending an email to Mary@UnitedWayWaukesha.org