Teach to Work

Patty Alper 


The US is full of people with experience. So by connecting mentors with mentees, the next generation will be prepared for the jobs of tomorrow and have real-world information that they can use to supplement careers. In Teach to Work, Patty Alper calls for professionals, no matter what industry they are in, to become mentors and ambassadors of talent. So this can be done, Alper provides a step-by-step guide to help professionals share their knowledge with the workers of the future. Alper is no stranger to developing talent. She has 15 years’ experience mentoring inner-city high school students in the US and has used this experience to prove that corporations and professionals can have a significant impact on the US’ youth. She also includes real-life stories, letters from students, teachers and mentors describing accomplishment.

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