Caring Connections Hires New Coordinator; Seeks Volunteers

Mentor Puzzle Shows Advice Mentoring Mentorship And Mentors

Charles City, IA – Caring Connections has recently hired Megan Wrecsics as the new program coordinator. Wrecsis says the mentoring program is relatively new in Charles City and she is very excited about growing the program and taking it to the next level:

What does it take to become a Mentor? If you’ve ever thought of helping a child or maybe you’ve got a little extra time on your hands, or some skill or hobby you’d love to share with a young person, then Caring Connections would likely be a good fit for you:

Wrecsics says the process is relatively fast and easy, and there is a real need, especially for male role models:

Caring Connections is located on the basement level of the Floyd County Courthouse in down town Charles City. The new hours are 10-2 weekdays, you can also find them on Facebook or call 257-6160 for more information.

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