Mazie mentoring program

Serving High School Students for More than 20 Years

The Mazie Mentoring Program fulfills the legacy of John Andrew Mazie, a man who was a mentor to many young people before tragically dying in a car accident. In his honor, his parents Barbara and Lowell Mazie created the Mazie Mentoring Program. Since its foundation in 1998, the Mazie Mentoring Program has served over 900 students in both Framingham and Waltham High Schools. As of September 2019, a third program will be serving students at Marlborough High School. The program recruits and trains adult volunteers to mentor and act as role models for high school students at risk of not reaching their full potential. Its objective is to provide young people with the support to help them achieve their goals and succeed.

To become a mentor in the Mazie Mentoring Program, you must be at least 21 years of age and a high school graduate. You also must commit to meeting with your mentee for an average of 8 hours per month so you can make a positive impact on that young teen's life.

For more information about becoming a mentor, click here.

 

Mazie Mentoring and Big Brothers Big Sisters

As of July 1, 2017, the Mazie Mentoring Program became part of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass & Metrowest. Although both organizations will continue to operate and fundraise separately, the combined organizations will be able to reduce back-office expenses and expand their programs into other schools.