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  1. Kingsley Chinweobi says:

    I am glad to have found the Chronicle Based Mentoring. This website is quite resourceful and a good place for Mentors to learn how to be of more impart to their Mentees.

    I found this website when I was writing my book “How to Find a Mentor”. Since I found this website I have learn new ways I could empower my young leaders to be more effective in changing lives.

    I wish to say a big thank you to Micheline Mann and the entire work team of The Chronicle Based Mentoring. I hope to work with you one someday. I am sure it will be soon.

  2. Terry says:

    I am just beginning my journey into Social work ànd would like to say Thank you for providing a website with such an abundance of information. I’m looking forward to learning more.

  3. Geri Lotze says:

    I’m so thrilled to be a part of this group! I train undergraduate students to mentor children with incarcerated parents at a summer camp! In addition to assessing the impact of the mentoring on the children, I’m also interested in pursuing the impact of mentoring on the mentors, themselves! I look forward to keeping up with the research in this area!

  4. We are celebrating several high school graduations of students. We have just completed 3 years of mentoring, will be recognizing several mentors as now being certified, AND our designation as a 501c3. Thank you for all the guidance as we have built our program. Horizons4Girls.

  5. Pam says:

    Congratulations! I am launching my relationship with the Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring. Having read only the current update, I am in awe of the depth of information. I am interested in knowing how you interacted with your mentee “recruits” which resulted in 75 young men. In our 28th year of existance, we are in the middle of a paradigm shift from NEVER having a student wait for a mentor to tinkering with the model so that we are aware of specific students who are interested in becoming one of our proteges. Our hope is that we will shorten the length of time the mentor has to wait to be matched with a protege.

    We foster one-to-one relationships and augment that with program specific activities. For example, as part of our Life Skills, we offer a bi-annual etiquette dinner, complete with all the silver the tables can hold, exchanging dinner conversation with strangers and thanking the host for an excellent evening. Each year, the seasoned proteges tell the newbees how much fun the dinner is.

    I’m interested also, in learning if there are 75 mentors or a group of mentors or how you plan to move forward. Best of success to you. We all know it’s worth the journey.

  6. Rennie St.Hill says:

    I am a school counselor and I am launching a mentoring program next month. What I have read in your articles have been very helpful setting my mind in a better position for the launch. I need all the resources I can get to help guide this program. We had an overwhelming response of 75 young men 13 to 17years.Its more than we anticipated but we are working with it.

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