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Why Are There So Few Male Mentors? | The Carrboro Citizen
The Carrboro Citizen published this op-ed piece by former BRMA Coordinator Graig Meyer. Graig explains the acute need for male mentors, and challenges men to drop their excuses and become a volunteer.
An Evaluation of Blue Ribbon Mentor Advocate (PDF) | UNC School of Education
UNC Study Gives High Marks to Blue Ribbon Mentoring Program. A UNC School of Education review of the program conducted by George W. Noblit, Dana Griffin, Juan F. Carrillo, Shanyce Cambell, Danielle Parker, and Amy Senta.
American Graduate: Keeping Kids in School | UNC-TV
Former BRMA Program Coordinator Graig Meyer and BRMA student Cyerah O’Briant appeared on this program about North Carolina’s dropout program.
Programs of Progress | Education Executive
Education Executive magazine ran a feature about Dr. Neil Pedersen as he prepared to finish his 19 year tenure as Superintendent of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools. One of the programs featured in the article is BRMA.
Touching Hearts, Inspiring Youth at BRMA | Reesenews
BRMA High School Specialist Lorie Clark is profiled by Reesenews after receiving the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award.
The Message Was Renewal | The Carrboro Citizen
Blue Ribbon’s High School Specialist Lorie Clark is mentioned here as the winner of the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Service Award. The Chapel Hill-Carrboro chapter of the NAACP awarded Clark this honor during the Martin Luther King Jr. Day service held at First Baptist Church.