MENTOR Names WilmerHale to National Corporate Mentoring 2024 Honor Roll

MENTOR Names WilmerHale to National Corporate Mentoring 2024 Honor Roll


MENTOR named WilmerHale to its annual National Corporate Mentoring Honor Roll for the fourth time in recognition of the firm’s commitment to providing mentoring opportunities. The honor roll, which was launched in partnership with First Lady Michelle Obama in 2011, highlights companies that support their employees in becoming volunteer youth mentors.

“Young people are grappling with real and complex challenges every day,” said MENTOR CEO Jermaine Myrie in a press release about the recognition. “We rightfully focus our attention on a young person’s growth in school, at home, and in their community, but the need to nurture young people’s development in the workplace is often overlooked. Recognizing such a need, the honorees on the 2024 National Corporate Mentoring Honor Roll ameliorate workforce mentoring initiatives and the youth development field writ large. They build programs, train managers, and steward ideas that ensure the continuous growth of our movement. Together, their efforts enrich the development of our youth, complementing mealtime discussions and classroom interactions in constructing brighter futures for our young people.” 

WilmerHale engages youth in a wide range of activities across our offices, partnering with organizations that serve our communities’ most disenfranchised youth. WilmerHale employees participate in career fairs and college essay and resume workshops, and the firm offers internships designed to develop technical and corporate experience. Through these efforts, the firm is committed to supporting the nation’s youth. 



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