Mentorship Project

Addressing the Need for Mentors in Under-Served Public Schools and Communities

Adult volunteers help young people practice financial literacy and social entrepreneurship skills by playing Cash Flow 101 board game, discussing their experiences with money, and building mentor relationships.  Mentors in general help lower truancy and dropout rates in under-served communities. GINGA invites professionals within the business community to mentor young people in a relaxed and informal setting.

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