Mentoring in the News

Campus coaches make crucial difference to foster youth in college

Katy Reckdahl, Youth Today

Liz Burns, 22, was in the middle of a crazy-busy time at college. But, for some reason, she couldn’t stop thinking about her older brother.

She texted him and got what she called “a scary” … Read the rest

Mentoring Short Course 2019

Short Course: “INNOVATIONS IN MENTORING FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION” lead by prof. dr. Jean Rhodes
Date: 7 / 8 October 2019
Location: NHL Stenden University, Leeuwarden, NL

The European and UMB/MENTOR Centers for Evidence-Based Mentoring organize a Mentoring Short Course on

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Mentoring Short Course 2019

Mentoring Short Course 2019
Short Course: “INNOVATIONS IN MENTORING FOR SOCIAL INCLUSION” lead by prof. dr. Jean Rhodes

Date: 7 / 8 October 2019

Location: NHL Stenden University, Leeuwarden, NL

The European and UMB/MENTOR Centers for Evidence-Based Mentoring organize a Read the rest

Call for Proposals: 2020 National Mentoring Summit Workshop

MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership is seeking proposals for workshop presentations at the 2020 National Mentoring Summit taking place January 29 – 31, 2020 at the Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown.
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Submission Deadline: Friday, June

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Chronicle named one of top six resources for knowledge & practice on coaching, mentoring and peer support

By Rob Carr, medium.com

One of the advantages of the Internet is instant access to unlimited essays, publications, podcasts and sources for information about every possible topic. And one of the disadvantages of the Internet is instant access to unlimited … Read the rest

Three years after the launching of the European Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring: Where do we stand and what are the next steps?

By Szilvia Simon, European Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring

In the spring of 2016, the European Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring was launched in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands, in the presence of 150 mentoring professionals from all over Europe. A mainly grass-root initiative … Read the rest

Mentors make the difference

High-achieving DACA recipients had help along the way from families and communities

After studying Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) recipients for seven years, Harvard Graduate School of Education Professor Roberto Gonzales has seen, through their eyes, all the good … Read the rest

European Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring releases latest newsletter

Dear mentoring practitioners, researchers and friends of mentoring in Europe,

Over a month ago the Meet & Match in Brussels took place. Now we happily inform you that we have published the summary of the event for everyone who missed … Read the rest

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Join the new International Network of Mentoring Researchers

by Òscar Prieto-Flores

Last year, in the European Mentoring Summit held in Berlin, a group of mentoring scholars agreed on creating an online space for mutual collaboration. The idea was not to only develop an e-mail list but also an … Read the rest

Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Volunteers Model Commitment, Teamwork and Drive

By Sally Wilson Erny, National Mentoring Resource Center

Court-appointed special advocate (CASA) volunteers work with some of society’s most vulnerable children—those who have experienced abuse or neglect. When someone signs up to be a CASA volunteer, they’re signing up to … Read the rest