It was a great article about mentoring. Readers should also know that Princeton AlumniCorps (initiated by the Class of 1955 as Project 55) has encouraged mentoring relationships throughout its almost 30-year history. Each of our P55 Fellows serving in public-interest fellowships are introduced to a local AlumniCorps mentor early in their fellowship year. These mentoring relationships can be powerful for both the mentor and mentee. For example, my relationship with Artilie Wright ’06, begun 13 years ago, endures as a close friendship today.

Alumni interested in becoming AlumniCorps mentors should contact Executive Director Kef Kasdin ’85 at

Richard Walker ’73
Potomac, Md.