Mentoring Program

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Radius40 partnered with Penn State Worthington Scranton’s (PSWS) business department to provide a student-to-student mentoring experience for approximately 30 high school students, including students from Mid Valley High School.

The program is designed to give high school students the opportunity to gain information about college, majors and career choices from college students who are close in age and were just recently in their shoes.

Radius40 is a group of area leaders who say they are intent on driving economic development, tourism and inspiring and supporting students and entrepreneurs in the region.

These Mid Valley seniors, all members of the Future Business Leaders of America, are, from left, seated: Marcos Paulo Cerra, Matthew Caines, Josh Tanner, Frank Fornaszewski, Matthew Horvath and Chad Marushock. Back row: Kylie Verespy, Ashely Griguts, Jessica Wood, Kristen Roshak and Nicole Hughes.

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