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Promoting Family Resilience in the Face of Parental Incarceration: A Digital Dialogue
By December 13, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Promoting Family Resilience in the Face of Parental Incarceration: A Digital Dialogue

Promoting Family Resilience in the Face of Parental Incarceration: A Digital Dialogue Guest Speaker Dr. Crystallee Crain Coordinator, San Francisco Children of Incarcerated Parents Partnership   Wednesday, December 14, 2016 2:00 – 2:30 PM Eastern REGISTER NOW Presented by The National Child Abuse and Neglect Technical Assistance and Strategic Dissemination Center (CANTASD) a service of […]

Webinar – Mentoring Immigrant Youth:  Supportive Relationships for Newcomer Youth
By November 30, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Webinar – Mentoring Immigrant Youth: Supportive Relationships for Newcomer Youth

Thursday, December 15, 2016 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Eastern Time Mentoring can support immigrant youth as they navigate the challenges of a new culture. Join December’s webinar to learn what mentoring programs can do to effectively serve immigrant youth and their families. Panelist include Dr. Ashmeet Oberoi, National Mentoring Resource Center Research Board member and […]

Mentor Toolkit: Open doors for mentees with an ecomap
By November 9, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Mentor Toolkit: Open doors for mentees with an ecomap

#EverydayMentoring Weekly Tip from The Mentoring Partnership of Southwestern PA  Helping youth network can be frustrating when you aren’t sure how to connect kids to key people who can help them achieve their goals. But it isn’t always as difficult as it seems! One approach that can make this process easier is to develop an ecomap. […]

Believing people can change sparks cooperation with others

Believing people can change sparks cooperation with others

Posted by Alex Shashkevich-Stanford, futurity.org Jewish-Israelis and Palestinian-Israelis have spent decades in conflict over disputed territories. The mutual distrust and skepticism have built to a point that the two groups struggle to work cooperatively on solving their issues. But a research team of psychologists has found that teaching Jewish-Israeli and Palestinian-Israeli teenagers that groups are […]

What are the keys to successful mentoring? New study has some answers
By November 7, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

What are the keys to successful mentoring? New study has some answers

by Jean Rhodes and Elizabeth Raposa In a forthcoming article in the American Journal of Community Psychology we reported on some interesting findings that have direct implications for mentoring programs. The study was entitled, the Impact of Youth Risk on Mentoring Relationship Quality: Do Mentor Characteristics Matter?–and the short answer is yes! But let’s step back […]

Webinar for National Mentoring Month:  Mentoring in Real Life
By October 26, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Webinar for National Mentoring Month: Mentoring in Real Life

Thursday, November 17, 2016 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Eastern Time Planning for National Mentoring Month recruitment this January? Join our webinar this November to learn best practices for amplifying your voice during this yearly public awareness campaign. The following panelists will share tips for a successful 2017 campaign: Sarah Boison, Manager, Digital Strategy, America’s Promise […]

Maximizing the potential of corporate sponsorships
By September 28, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Maximizing the potential of corporate sponsorships

Thursday, October 20, 2016 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM Eastern Time When done well, corporate partnerships can be immensely beneficial to mentoring programs and corporations alike. So how do we effectively maximize the impact and potential of these partnerships? Learn effective partnership practices from MENTOR’s corporate partnerships consultant, Daniel Horgan, along with leaders from Deloitte and […]

“It was kind of like me sitting on a rainbow”: Reaching out to youth on the autism spectrum
By September 7, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

“It was kind of like me sitting on a rainbow”: Reaching out to youth on the autism spectrum

By Jean Rhodes It was a simple act of kindness, caught in a photo. Travis Rudolph, a Florida State University star wide receiver, was visiting a nearby middle school last week with his teammates when he spotted a 6th grade boy sitting by himself in the cafeteria. “So I asked him, could I sit down and have lunch with […]

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Social media and body issues in youth: Why mentors are well-suited to intervene
By September 6, 2016 0 Comments Read More →

Social media and body issues in youth: Why mentors are well-suited to intervene

Written by Allison Hydzik   Young adults who log onto social media sites frequently throughout the week or spend hours trawling various social feeds during the day may be at greater risk of eating and body image concerns, according to a new study. Gender, specific age, race, and income did not influence the association—all demographic […]

Other people’s children: The new reality show
By August 18, 2016 4 Comments Read More →

Other people’s children: The new reality show

by Jean E. Rhodes Imagine a reality television show in which privileged empty nesters competed to help less fortunate high school students gain entry into the nation’s highest ranked colleges and universities. The many parents who had successfully shepherded their children through the admissions process from the comfort of their homes from Greenwich to Palo […]

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