Mentors advocate for students who think differently
“We get to help a group of students … understand themselves,” said Gerald Porter Jr., who served this year as a mentor from UW-Madison. “They help us understand ourselves as well. It’s very much a symbiotic relationship.”
Read about how Eye to Eye’s UW-Madison chapter, which started in 2014 when members began working with Wright Middle School students, has impacted the Madison community in a Wisconsin State Journal article.