LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - While Arkansans continue stepping up and signing up to become mentors, there are still a lot of younger kids and teens waiting to meet their mentor match.
One of them is Ariel Winston, a 16-year-old who's enjoying her sophomore year at Little Rock Central High School.
"I like to listen to music and hang out with my friends," she says.
Ariel is already preparing for college.
"I want to major in science and math," she adds.
Her career goal is to become a psychologist. She's hoping to find a mentor to help her and to take her on college visits.
"I would like to go to college sites and job opportunities and get help for ACT and all that," Ariel continues.
She says every teen could use a mentor to help with school, and in life.
"You have someone you can talk to - help you. Some people's parents don't have time and a mentor can be there for them," says Ariel.
Helping the future generation now will make an impact that could last a lifetime.
"Some children around here...just lost...they just need someone to talk to and be on track," she explains.
Click here for the online mentoring signup form.
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