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Guide Students Through the Tiered Community Mentoring Program

The Tiered Community Mentoring Program matches practicing lawyers with students from high school, college and law school. The goal of the program is to provide information, guidance and real life experiences to participants, so they can make informed decisions regarding their future career.

The program is based in Boston and Worcester in an effort to reach urban high school students, with a focus on building a diverse mentoring network.

Interested in volunteering? Contact the Massachusetts Bar Association’s Public & Community Services Department at (617) 338-0695 or via email.

The MBA's Tiered Community Mentoring Program was the idea of the Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court Angela M. Ordoñez. The program was honored with the 2011 ABA Partnership Award from the American Bar Association because of its commitment to diversity.