“When Rodney was seventeen, he checked out of foster care and into a homeless shelter. Every morning he would quickly take a sponge bath in the school bathroom before attending his first class. No one knew of his circumstances and it’s no wonder Rodney had a hard time maintaining even a 1.3 grade point average.
But at the start of his senior year, something changed for Rodney, and it set him on a new trajectory: he met a mentor.
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