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Please join us!: Short Course on the Elements of Effective Practice

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Short Course

Enhancing the Elements:
Applying the EEP4 to Diverse Programs and Populations

The sixth annual National Mentoring Summit will take place January 27-29, 2016, at the Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown and will explore the theme of “Connection | Growth | Opportunity”.

With the release of the 4th Edition of MENTOR”s Elements of Effective Practice, the mentoring field has taken another major step toward incorporating the latest research into practice standards. Many programs have questions, however, about the extent to which the required standards and benchmarks apply to their particular populations, policies, and practices. Given the tremendous diversity, the Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring is pleased to offer a half day Short Course on the application of the Elements to different program models (e.g., school-based, group, e-mentoring) and populations (e.g.,youth in foster care, children of incarcerated parents). Based on the most commonly raised issues and applications, working groups will be formed and co-led by the EEPM4 authors and advisors, subject experts, and seasoned practitioners. Lessons learned and recommendations will inform new products and tools that will better support the field in all of it’s diversity.

The cost of this course is $15.  To register for the January 27, 2016 at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel Short Courses, visit the CEBM Registration Website

Breakout Topics

Populations:

  •  Youth with physical disabilities
  • Youth who have experienced trauma
  • Youth with a learning disabilities
  • Youth with ADHD
  • Immigrant and refugee youth
  • Autistic youth
  • Youth involved in the juvenile justice system
  • Pregnant teenagers
  • College students
  • Rural youth
  • Children with an incarcerated parent

Models:

  • Youth-initiated mentoring
  • Group mentoring
  • E-mentoring

 

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The sixth annual National Mentoring Summit will take place January 27-29, 2016, at the Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown and will explore the theme of “Connection | Growth | Opportunity”. The National Mentoring Summit is convened by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership, and garners support from both the private and public sectors.
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