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For the past 15 years, Mets employees have been matched with a fourth or fifth grade student at P. 92 in Corona to share lunch and a good book every week from November through May.

The Mets partner with Read Ahead on the program and have added their own special touches to the program by arranging a "Reading Rally" with players at the school, "Shadow Day" at Citi Field to allow reading partners to see their mentors at work, and an annual fourth grade outing to a Mets game.

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The program mission is to support youth development through various programs designed to instill meaningful values and knowledge that will serve as groundwork for these select youth's future. The Mets visited the American Museum of Natural History to launch the new Amazin' City program, which takes players and students behind the scenes at New York City landmarks and cultural institutions.

Guest speakers in the past seasons have included New York Jets Quarterback Geno Smith, New York City restaurateur philanthropist Marcus Samuelsson, New York Knicks Guard Tim Hardaway, Jr., former New York Giants running back David Wilson and U. Mets closer Jeurys Familia, middle school students from the Leonardo da Vinci school in Corona, Queens, and Manhattan Deputy Borough President Joseph Garba joined a paleontologist on a tour that included a visit to the Big Bone Room where the museum keeps its biggest and heaviest dinosaur bones and fossils.

Since its founding in 1991, Read Ahead has been a leading non-profit literacy and mentoring organization, pairing caring adult volunteers with children in elementary schools for weekly reading aloud and conversation.

Citi Kids is an educational and motivational community-based initiative for New York City middle and high school students developed by Citi and the New York Mets that started with the opening of Citi Field in 2009.

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