Cook Literacy Model School and WSSU Kick Off Year 2 Of Mentorship Program
If you’ve ever had a mentor, you know the difference they can make in your life. For 4th and 5th graders at Cook Literacy Model School, that difference is a group of college students from Winston-Salem State University. This week the 2 schools came together to kick off the 2nd year of R.A.M.S, also known as Radical Academic Mentoring Service. WS/FCS Cable 2 Photojournalist Kevin Wrenn shows how both schools are benefiting from this mentorship program.