Tag: training

Volunteer coaches as mentors: Tapping a natural resource
By October 27, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Volunteer coaches as mentors: Tapping a natural resource

Click above to listen to Mentoring U’s Micheline Mann engage in a lively conversation with Program Director of an innovative coaching program, Project Coach. by Jean Rhodes  This week, we introduce a new podcast that explores a great program, Project Coach, which uses an innovative “cascading mentoring” model to engage students as both coaches and mentees. Mentoring U’s Micheline Mann engages […]

Free Online Mentoring Summit from the Mentoring School 10/27

Free Online Mentoring Summit from the Mentoring School 10/27

An online conference to celebrate, inspire and educate WHEN: October 27th WHERE: Register online here To celebrate National Mentoring Day on October 27th, the internationally renowned Mentoring School is hosting an online conference featuring inspirational stories from the world of mentoring. Featuring, in addition to last year’s winner of The Apprentice, Alana Spencer, the first […]

Supporting Mentors and Mentees in the Face of Challenges
By July 12, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Supporting Mentors and Mentees in the Face of Challenges

Thursday, July 20, 2017 1:00 PM – 2:15PM EDT A key to a positive mentoring relationship is the ability of a mentor to respond to a mentee with care, ease, and relevance when delicate or difficult issues arise. This webinar will explore critical concepts, strategies, and tips for mentors and program staff to consider when […]

Three things mentors can do to help get youth through college

Three things mentors can do to help get youth through college

Written by Justin Preston, Associate Editor The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine have just completed an extensive review of the existing literature on ways of fostering college completion among youth today, and they have identified three specific factors that are not only key to college success, but also are able to be fostered […]

Webinar – ReEntry Mentoring: Conversations from the Field on Working with System-Involved Youth
By March 29, 2017 2 Comments Read More →

Webinar – ReEntry Mentoring: Conversations from the Field on Working with System-Involved Youth

Thursday, April 20, 2017 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT Thousands of youth are arrested each year, beginning a gateway for many into the juvenile justice system. Throughout the country, mentoring programs are providing system-involved youth with the opportunity to be connected to a mentor in their own community to stop the cycle. Join this […]

New webinar 2/24: Ten Ways to Win the OJJDP Mentoring Grant
By February 22, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

New webinar 2/24: Ten Ways to Win the OJJDP Mentoring Grant

From MentoringCentral.net OJJDP mentoring grant proposals are due in less than a month – March 13th. A couple of points on your proposal can be the difference between $5 million and nothing. We can help you win those crucial couple of extra points. Our experts at Mentoring Central will offer a free webinar showing you […]

Boosting the grade for school-based mentoring: Training and focus are key

Boosting the grade for school-based mentoring: Training and focus are key

Written by Marisa Ramirez Mentoring programs for school-aged children have grown in the past two decades, but their effectiveness has not kept pace with their popularity. A study from the University of Houston College of Education finds school-based mentoring programs fail because they lack sufficient time, mentor training and a research foundation. “While community-based mentoring […]

Want to get the most from a college internship? Add a mentor.

Want to get the most from a college internship? Add a mentor.

David Orenstein, Brown University College students who do summer research often say it was time well spent, but a new study offers hard data on exactly which components and experiences proved valuable and how. The study involved 450 participants in the Summer Research Early Identification Program of The Leadership Alliance, a national partnership among universities […]

Child Trends: Five ways trauma-informed care supports children’s development

Child Trends: Five ways trauma-informed care supports children’s development

Child Trends Contributors: Jessica Dym Bartlett, Kristin Anderson Moore, April Wilson, and Zakia Redd Childhood trauma is common. More than two thirds of children in the United States experience a traumatic event or circumstances—such as abuse or neglect, death of a loved one, or community violence—by the time they turn 16. Young children (birth to […]

Mentoring: A Key Part of the Conversation at White House Summit

Mentoring: A Key Part of the Conversation at White House Summit

By: Noelle Hurd I am just returning from a day-long summit at the White House. The summit was sponsored by FLOTUS’s office and was titled Beating the Odds: Successful Strategies from Schools & Youth Agencies that Build Ladders of Opportunity. The summit was part of the First Lady’s Reach Higher Initiative(https://www.whitehouse.gov/reach-higher) which broadly focuses on […]