If I didn’t come into this mentoring program I would still think very poorly about myself. Thanks to the Mazie Foundation I have set goals and have plans for what I want to accomplish in the future. Your program saved me from making terrible mistakes. I hope that in the future you inspire many other kids like me. I know that if you can change me you can convince many others to think highly of themselves.
I think that what you and your foundation is doing for kids is much more than just giving us free laptops or scholarships and all that, but its providing a stepping stone in our lives where we can say ‘Yes, we can do this,’ instead of saying ‘I don’t really know if this will work.’ I know that I used to say that much more than I do now.
Your foundation has led me to becoming a better person in life. Thank you for choosing mentors that have left great life advice for me to use in the future. Your foundation’s cause is outstanding. I hope that every student that enters this program leaves with something that will enlighten their view on life.
Being part of the Mazie Program was one of my greatest accomplishments in high school. I am so proud of being a mentee and I can truly say that the program changed my life. I want to continue being part of the Mazie Program in the future by becoming a mentor. As I now go off to college, I want to thank you for allowing me to be part of such a wonderful organization.
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Say They Have a Better Attitude Towards School After 1 Year of the Mazie Program
ANONYMOUS STUDENT FEEDBACK
What have you gained or learned through your relationship with your mentor?
“Learning to speak up, coming out of my shell and trying new things that I wouldn’t have done by myself.” – Mazie Mentee
How has your relationship changed how you think about yourself or your future?
“I now see that I can be a lot more than what I thought I could.” – Mazie Mentee
What skills or knowledge have you gained through this program?
“That I am more than what I think about myself.” – Mazie Mentee