Mentoring program receives another year of funding
The Missouri Mentoring Partnership (MMP) operated by Missouri State University has received another year of funding in the amount of $131,767 from the Missouri Department of Social Services.
This program mentors at-risk youth in our local community to provide job training and career placement while offering other beneficial resources for the betterment of their futures.
The MPP Program has been running for more than 10 years and has gradually become the prime location for troubled youth in the southwest region to come for help and support.
For more information, contact Street at (417) 836-6126.
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