Tuesday, August 4, 2009
The Kansas Mentors program has launched a redesigned website that state officials believe is more user-friendly.
The site now provides a link to the program's Facebook page and lets visitors sign up for Twitter updates. There's also a link to a YouTube channel for the program.
Kansas Mentors connects Kansans who want to mentor youth with 175 programs across the state.
Program director Ella Todd says the website's new features are intended to attract more young adults into mentoring programs through social networking tools.
She also says the redesigned website provides more in-depth information about mentoring and resources available to prospective mentors.