Teens hired to tutor, mentor younger students in Pa. nonprofit's summer programs

07/31/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Neighborhood Learning Alliance this summer trained 30 teenagers to work as "Reading Warriors" who tutor and mentor young children in various programs throughout the city. The Pittsburgh-based nonprofit selected the teenagers based on interviews coordinated through their schools. "Our kids want to break stereotypes and show the community that they can be forces for good," said Amy Baumgardner, a co-director of the alliance.

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