Mentoring in the News

Mentoring in the News: Focus on the relationship in after-school programs
By September 21, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Mentoring in the News: Focus on the relationship in after-school programs

Written by Nancy Deutsch, University of Virginia Curry School of Education When the bell rings at the end of the school day, students run from the classroom to a host of different activities. Some will work with adults to build on the lessons they learned in the classroom. Others will join a sports team, orchestra […]

Please come to Boston…Fall international short course on quality mentoring
By September 21, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Please come to Boston…Fall international short course on quality mentoring

Jean Rhodes Please join us for an International Short Course sponsored by the UMB/MENTOR and European Centers for Evidence-Based Mentoring (CEBM) and Mass Mentoring (MMP) on October 4 and 5, 2017.  Youth mentoring is growing rapidly in the U.S., Europe and across the globe. Last year, the European CEBM was launched and this past Spring the ECBM hosted […]

Facebook is testing a feature for mentorships between users
By September 12, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Facebook is testing a feature for mentorships between users

by Ingrid Lunden (@ingridlunden) Next Story Earlier this year, Facebook signaled a plan to move into LinkedIn’s territory with the launch of job advertising. Now it appears to be taking another step to help develop the professional you. TechCrunch has learned that Facebook is testing a way to use its social network to link up users who are looking for […]

Personalized learning in schools has implications for mentoring programs too
By September 7, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Personalized learning in schools has implications for mentoring programs too

By Emily Berman, for the Huffington Post Tara’s eyes lit up in a way I had not seen before. I could almost hear what she was thinking: “Felicia is amazing.” Felicia, a local organizer for the NAACP, had just given a talk to our students about how to make change and organize in their community. […]

2018 National Mentoring Summit Registration Now Open!

2018 National Mentoring Summit Registration Now Open!

Registration for the eighth annual National Mentoring Summit is now open! Register Now   The National Mentoring Summit is the only national convening of youth mentoring professionals, researchers, MENTOR Affiliates, philanthropic investors, and government and civic leaders aimed at collectively strengthening and expanding quality mentoring relationships for young people across the country. Register Now for […]

Pilot program in Baltimore uses mentoring to open up job opportunities

Pilot program in Baltimore uses mentoring to open up job opportunities

Written by Jayne Miller, WBAL-TV11 Baltimore is struggling to deal with crime committed by youth. Advocates said one answer is to get more young people engaged through jobs and mentoring. But is it easier said than done? For the first time, 16-year-old Kendrick Senior had a job this summer. It was nothing glamorous — he […]

Recent NY Times piece highlights importance of mentoring youth with disabilities

Recent NY Times piece highlights importance of mentoring youth with disabilities

Written by Justin Preston A new piece in the New York Times highlights the importance of caring adults providing support for youths living with disability. The author, Alaina Leary, describes her mother’s role not just as a caregiver, but also as a model for being an adult with a disability. Once Leary began exhibiting symptoms […]

Youths’ belief in upward mobility challenged: New research and what mentors and programs can do

Youths’ belief in upward mobility challenged: New research and what mentors and programs can do

Posted by Hilary Hurd Anyaso, Futurity.org New research suggests high school and college students from low socioeconomic status (SES) backgrounds have less drive to overcome academic hardships when they harbor doubts about the odds of people with similar backgrounds achieving upward economic mobility. Three new studies extend previous research demonstrating that low-SES students who see […]

How to Be an Ally to New Minority Scholars

How to Be an Ally to New Minority Scholars

By W. Brad Johnson APRIL 23, 2017 (Chronicle of Higher Education) The effects of strong mentoring relationships on the lives and careers of new scholars can be substantial. Evidence from studies of mentoring in higher education shows that doctoral students and new faculty members fortunate enough to be mentored by senior academics report smoother adjustment to […]

JAY Z’s 4:44 is a Mentoring Album and Here is Why

JAY Z’s 4:44 is a Mentoring Album and Here is Why

JAY Z’s 4:44 is a Mentoring Album and Here is Why By Torrie Weiston, Ph.D. Yeah, I said it, 4:44 is a mentoring album and here is why… It does not take very long into the album before listeners realize that there is a maturity in JAY Z’s tone. His raw talent and ability to […]