Hometown Spotlight: Making a Mentor

SPARTANBURG Co., S.C. (WSPA) -- Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Upstate is looking for adults with a little time to spare and a passion for mentoring. 

Leaders in the organization say they're looking for adults to positively impact the lives of children ages 6 and up through high school who may need a role model to help them succeed. 

Allison Caulk with BBBS said mentors are asked to commit six to eight hours a month. 

You can participate in a school based program where adults visit kids at school or a community based program that meets outside of school. 

7 News followed Spartanburg Day School Assistant Basketball Coach LA Sartor and four Day School seniors as they mentored middle schoolers. 

Sartor followed the seniors as they played basketball throughout the year and he saw their leadership potential. 

Big Brothers Big Sisters asks those interested in becoming to mentor to apply at



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