Even if you are an NBA MVP, you still need a mentor.
In Stephen Curry's case, it was President Obama who came to his rescue by helping him with his resume, Connect Four skills and basketball form in a hilarious new video you can watch above.
The dynamic duo teamed up to raise awareness to volunteer opportunities with local children through programs like My Brother's Keeper.
Last year, the White House celebrated Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day by opening its doors to include students from local schools in the D.C. area.
This was a collaboration between the White House Council on Women and Girls, My Brother's Keeper Initiative, and Office of Management and Administration.
The President issued a call to action encouraging employers to invite youth from their communities to participate in the day.
AOL is also committed to building the next generation of builders and innovators, and this year we hosted over 1,400 children across 20 offices for Take Your Child to Work Day, on Thursday, April 28.
In partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters, AOL opened its doors to these students and gave employees the opportunity to mentor them for all or part of the day.
Thanks to the leadership of employees three offices, NYC, Dulles and Ashburn, we worked with the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program to host 50 high school youth from underserved communities. Kids were matched to employees based on interest so they had a meaningful experience.
Thank you to the White House for spearheading such a meaningful initiative. Watch the video above to see the power of mentorship for yourself.
Also, take a look at highlights from AOL's 2015 Take Your Child to Work Day below: