RUSC Kinship Mentoriing Director Erin Koehntop

January is National Mentoring Month, and RUSC Kinship Mentoring Director Erin Koehntop told the KMRS Community Connection that mentoring is good for kids and adults.

Koehntop said mentoring can give a kid a different experience than what they have at home. RUSC’s signature program, which pairs adults in the community with kids four hours a month outside of school, seeks five new mentors for three boys and two girls ages 5 to 15. Those interested need to fill out an application, pass a background check and set up an interview. That process can begin online at rusckinship.org, over the phone at 320-585-7872, or at their office at 215 Atlantic Avenue in Morris.

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