Mentoring in the News

Donors bet big on paid mentoring: Does it work?

Donors bet big on paid mentoring: Does it work?

Written by Michael Fitzgerald, The Chronicle of Social Change Mentoring saved 41-year-old Gary Clemons’ life. Separated from his mother at age 5, running with violent gangs at 15, father to a visually disabled child at 19, and homeless at 24 — Clemons couldn’t imagine that the mentors who helped him mount these challenges would guide […]

Registration now open: The 2018 National Family and Community Engagement Conference

Registration now open: The 2018 National Family and Community Engagement Conference

July 11-13, 2018 in Cleveland, OH The Institute for Educational Leadership’s 2018 National Family and Community Engagement Conference will take place on July 11-13, 2018 in Cleveland, OH. This is an excellent capacity building opportunity for educators, other para-professionals, parent leaders and a range of stakeholders to learn strategies and best practices that focus on […]

Schultz Family Foundation and MENTOR Launch National Mentorship Initiative to Support Opportunity Youth

Schultz Family Foundation and MENTOR Launch National Mentorship Initiative to Support Opportunity Youth

 Schultz Family Foundation and MENTOR Launch National Mentorship Initiative to Support Opportunity Youth The project is being piloted in five cities and aims to scale nationwide by 2022 BOSTON/SEATTLE – As part of its continuing commitment to unlock opportunities for 4.6 million Opportunity Youth in the U.S. – youth and young adults between the ages of 16-24 […]

Add a Link to The Chronicle from your web site

Add a Link to The Chronicle from your web site

Here is the HTML you can use if you would like to add a link to your web site that directs users to The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. The link will look like this:     Here is the HTML to embed into your site: <a href=”http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org”><img src=http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/chronicle-sm.gif alt=”The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring” width=”111″ height=”30″ […]

UK’s Children’s Commission releases new report on youth mentoring

UK’s Children’s Commission releases new report on youth mentoring

by Anne Longfield The recent tragic murders in London have again brought home how urgently we need to do more to stop young people joining gangs and becoming involved in violent crime. The drugs trade is absolutely ruthless. It grooms children, uses them and then discards them. The police have told me that the level […]

UNICEF integrates mentoring and innovation in refugee camps to provide opportunity

UNICEF integrates mentoring and innovation in refugee camps to provide opportunity

Written by Andrina Beuggert, Innovation Consultant at UNICEF Jordan Young Syrians in Jordan’s Azraq and Zaatari camps face an uncertain future. Once they finish school, limited training and work opportunities are available to them and only a few get to leave the camp to go to university. They face pressure to provide for their families, […]

Summer Institute on Youth Mentoring 2018 Registration Now Open!

Summer Institute on Youth Mentoring 2018 Registration Now Open!

2018 Summer Institute on Youth Mentoring Portland State University July 23-26, 2018   The Summer Institute on Youth Mentoring offers a distinctive educational opportunity for experienced mentoring professionals to engage in highly interactive discussions that provide an in-depth view of the research and examine its implications for program policies and practices. Participants attend an intensive […]

16 Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) affiliates selected to participate in the nationwide “Youth Relationships Study.”

16 Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) affiliates selected to participate in the nationwide “Youth Relationships Study.”

Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters is proud to announce that it is one of 16 Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) affiliates selected from across the country to participate in the nationwide “Youth Relationships Study.” This rigorous study will evaluate the benefits that BBBS mentoring relationships provide to participating youth in several key areas, such as […]

Do your mentors benefit from being a mentor?
By February 28, 2018 1 Comments Read More →

Do your mentors benefit from being a mentor?

Written by Justin Preston In a Forbes article written late last year, Brett Steenbarger discusses what he calls the “psychology of giving”. In it, he argues that, when we experience ourselves as givers, we receive a deep and enduring affirmation of our value to others. That’s nice, as far as it goes, but is that […]

School district integrates aspects of adult-youth and peer mentoring to foster connectedness – and improve graduation rates
By February 15, 2018 0 Comments Read More →

School district integrates aspects of adult-youth and peer mentoring to foster connectedness – and improve graduation rates

Written by Holly Korbey, edutopia When the bell rang for early dismissal on a recent afternoon at Cold Springs Middle School in Nevada, students sprinted toward the buses while teachers filed into the library, where posters filled with the names of every child in the 980-student school covered the walls. Taking seats where they could, […]