Finding the Common Thread: Why mentorship matters in marginalized communities

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Thursday January 20
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Join this interactive discussion session with three Trent University alumni as they share their personal and professional experience with mentorship and the role it serves in addressing barriers and fostering development. The event will conclude with the presentation of the Paul Delaney Award for Outstanding Young Philanthropist to the 2021 recipient, Dane Bland ’11. 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. ET, Thursday, January 20th, 2022.
Optional donations to the Trent Fund are welcome. Due to its expansive capabilities, the Trent Fund is one of the most powerful and immediate ways to have a positive and direct impact on students’ lives. Your gift helps provide today’s students with employment, financial aid, experiential learning opportunities, mentoring, on-campus safety, and health and wellness, to name a few. $  
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