Mentored Pathways is focused on academic and career success for students. The program is independently evaluated by Dr Charles W. Lewis, Director of the Urban Collaborative in the College of Education at the University of North Carolina.
Mentored Pathways is a recognized as a leader in academic mentoring by the
United States Department of Education, STEMconnector, Million Women Mentors, MENTOR, America's Promise and many other education and mentoring organizations.
For the past several years, Mentored Pathways has been independently evaluated by Dr. Chance W. Lewis, director of The Urban Education Collaborative in the College of Education at The University of North Carolina (UNC) at Charlotte. He and his colleague, Dr. Bettie Ray Butler, assistant professor of urban education in UNCï¿½s College of Education, survey teachers, mentors and students who participated in Mentored Pathways projects to understand the effectiveness on our program on learning outcomes, as well as Mentored Pathways strengths and weaknesses.
MENTORED PATHWAYS VOLUNTEERS
Mentored Pathways is fortunate to have hundreds of teachers, students,
mentors and others who volunteer their time to improve the program and
share the results with new communities. We salute these contributors
who help continue to refine this program.