Mar 17, 2021 | 12:00 PM
Join local nonprofit and community leaders for this critical virtual conversation about mentorship and the role COVID-19 has played in increasing the digital divide, especially as it relates to youth in the education system, delinquency system, and other dependency systems. They will also discuss the importance of mentorship among various demographics and discuss actionable steps to make an even greater impact during these difficult times to ensure no one in our community is left behind. We will also share a success story about a local mentor/mentee pair to provide inspiration and encourage guests to be part of the solution.
United Way of PBC is continuing its virtual community conversation series called Heart of the Matter. Each conversation will focus on a relevant, timely topic and engage an expert panel of local and regional nonprofit and community leaders who will speak to the current state of needs in our community like food insecurity, housing support, access to medical care, education, mentorship, and more. Hear from diverse perspectives on challenges, collaborations, and ways you can get involved.