This report highlights key findings of the multi-phased research study conducted by the Donahue Institute. In 2003, Liberty Mutual launched the Liberty Mutual Mentoring Initiative (LMMI), a $1 million commitment to mentoring that provides grants and technical assistance to mentoring programs throughout Massachusetts, as well as funds relevant to research. In 2004, Liberty Mutual, in collaboration with the Mass Mentoring Partnership, engaged the UMass Donahue Institute to conduct a study of youth mentoring programs in Massachusetts.
Liberty Mutual Mentoring Initiative: Mentoring. Modeling. More.
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