Practice Corner: Using Research to show Community Impact of Mentoring

By Marty Martinez As National Mentoring Month draws to a close it is important to continue our efforts to raise awareness and give voice to the impact and outcomes that youth mentoring can have in our communities. As practitioners in the field, many program leaders and staff use National Mentoring Month as a means to […]

Evaluation shows promising findings for BBBS of Canada

from the Centre for Addiction  and Mental Health Youth mentoring linked to many positive effects in children, new CAMH and Big Brothers Big Sisters research shows January 15, 2013 –The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) and Big Brothers Big Sisters Canada (BBBSC) are releasing the first results of one of the largest mentoring […]