HUMAN ELEMENTS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- There are three key human elements in the Wegmans-developed Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection: The student, the advocate and the in-store mentor. What's the difference, and what do each of these players contribute toward helping at-risk students successfully obtain a high school degree, and, in many cases, go on to college?To find out, SN interviewed each one of the players at

ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- There are three key human elements in the Wegmans-developed Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection: The student, the advocate and the in-store mentor. What's the difference, and what do each of these players contribute toward helping at-risk students successfully obtain a high school degree, and, in many cases, go on to college?

To find out, SN interviewed each one of the players at a Wegmans supermarket here. Interviewed were Brian Wiggins, a student worker, Bob Van

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