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BOSTON — Staples is working with Mass Mentoring Partnership, an organization that provides youth mentoring opportunities, to recruit adult mentors for approximately 3,000 youth in its home state of Massachusetts. In addition, the retailer is donating $25,000 to the cause. “By creating meaningful mentor-mentee relationships, mentoring programs serve as important vehicles for promoting youth development in Massachusetts,” said Marty Martinez, chief program officer for Mass Mentoring Partnership. “Support from Staples provides us with the opportunity to create greater awareness around the importance of mentoring, encourage adults to become mentors in their local communities and help businesses see how they

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