Sen. Ossoff honors June O’Neal for her service to the Macon-Bibb community and steadfast dedication to Georgia’s students
Macon, Ga. — U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is commending June O’Neal for her commitment to Georgia’s youth with an Official U.S. Senate Commendation.
As Executive Director of the Mentors Project in Macon-Bibb County, Ms. O’Neal is a champion for youth in her community, and she has helped shape the lives of hundreds of young students in Georgia.
The Mentors Project pairs middle and high school students with mentors who empower the students to discover their best selves, offering support, guidance, and leadership trainings to students across Macon.
Under Ms. O’Neal’s leadership, more than 100 mentors and 14 partner schools have stepped up to support students in their community.
Please find Sen. Ossoff’s Official U.S. Senate Commendation to Executive Director O’Neal below:
“June O’Neal serves the Executive Director of the Mentors Project in Macon-Bibb County, which matches mentors with young people across Central Georgia.
“Founded in 1990 by the Education Committee of the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce, the Mentors Project aims to help young people who may be struggling.
“Mentors work with middle and high school students to help them reach their full potential, providing guidance, support, and encouragement.
“Ms. O’Neal leads a team of more than 100 mentors and volunteers who encourage students to work hard and stay in school, and they have dedicated substantial time to give back to others. Today, the program has grown to partner with 14 schools in Macon-Bibb County and has helped hundreds of young people in middle Georgia.
“Mr. President, as Georgia’s U.S. Senator, I recognize and commend June O’Neal for her tireless work to support Georgia’s youth.”