My mentor is like a second mom to me. When she gives me advice it reminds me of my mother. The way she explains her point of view sounds exactly like my mom. Also, if I’m telling her about a situation it seems like she almost feels my pain.

One thing I learned from having a mentor is, when I don’t want my friend’s advice, I can always turn to my mentor. I say that because, when I’m seeking advice I don’t want it from someone my age. I want it from someone with life experience, someone other than my parents.

This would help me in my years to come because, she has taught me to communicate better and seek help when I need it. But most importantly I can take the advice she gave me and share with other people who might be going through the same problems as I did. I absolutely love this program and would recommend it to anyone.