The Mazie Mentoring Program under the Mazie Partnership helps aspiring Framingham and Waltham high school students set and achieve goals, graduate from high school, prepare to apply to college or other post-secondary training, and experience success.



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Advancing to Higher Education


In Memoriam of Lowell Mazie

Dear Friends of the Mazie Partnership,

It is with profound sadness that we must tell you of Lowell Mazie’s sudden passing on January 18.

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Getting an Extra Boost

Great article in the Boston Globe:

“Vicky Nkinzi was always jealous when her older brother, Joseph, got picked up by his mentor from the John Andrew Mazie Memorial Foundation during his years at Framingham High.”

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Marlborough Resident Helps Teen Realize His Potential

“Clark’s success can largely be attributed to the relationship he has developed with his mentor, Marlborough resident Mark Fung-A-Fat, and the John Andrew Mazie Memorial Foundation (JAMMF).”

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Join the Mazie Partnership Group on Facebook

As most of our followers know, we joined forces with TEAK Media to help us raise awareness and visibility in Waltham, Framingham and the surrounding communities.

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Mazie Foundation Partners with Teak Media

The John Andrew Mazie Memorial Foundation has engaged Teak Media + Communication to bring public and media attention to its programs and services.

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june_mentor“Today I got into American International College, and I will be the first in my family to go to college. My family is very proud of my accomplishments and I could not have done it without my mentor and the positive influence of the Mazie Partnership.”


The Mazie Mentoring Program is the only activity of the John Andrew Mazie Memorial Foundation, a publically funded, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

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