The award is given to one mentor that the organization feels went above and beyond during the program year.
Urban Alliance is a national youth development nonprofit that provides economically disadvantaged young people with access to the exposure, opportunity, support and training needed to prepare them for lifelong economic self-sufficiency.
Keswick is one of 25 businesses that partners with the organization in Baltimore on their high school Internship program, an intensive, year-long experience featuring youth and professional development training, paid internships, and one-on-one support.
Stewart played an influential role in the lives of the interns, actively participating in mentor engagement events and providing full support and motivation.
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