By MyFM's Rick Michaels - When the Milford School Committee meets tomorrow night on the agenda is an update on a pilot mentoring program at Milford High School, which supports students as they prepare for success after High School with the primary focus being “college readiness” and “college completion”. Milford High School Principal Josh Otlin and retired Milford educator, Tony Chinappi helped launch the current mentoring program, called “Connections”. In it's first year four mentors worked with seven students in the Class of 2022 ”Connections” specifically targets college bound, first generation, low income families mentoring these kids from 9th grade through graduation. Chinappi says this is an opportunity to interact with students and give back to the community, making a difference in the life of a student and their family. The program is seeking new mentors and you can find out more by attending one of two informational meetings, planned for May 2nd and May 9th, with two sessions each day, one at 3pm and another at 7pm taking place at the Milford High School Media Center and if you have any questions, you can call Principal Otlin at the High School or e-mail email@example.com.