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The loudest signal in the noise: Acknowledging a remarkably consistent finding in youth mentoring

Jean Rhodes In case you missed it, a very impressive, very comprehensive report on the effects of mentoring program enhancements was released recently (Jarjoura, Tanyu, Janet Forbush, Herrera, &  Keller, 2018). With funding from OJJDP, the team collected multiple waves of data from 30 programs (N = 2176) across 13 states which were sampled to be representative […]

Youth with high stress need mentors carefully chosen to match with them

by Elizabeth Raposa, youthtoday.org In recent decades, youth mentoring programs have grown exponentially in popularity and have received increasing support from both private and public sources of funding. These programs have helped ensure that more youth have access to a close relationship with a caring adult, which can provide a wide array of benefits, including […]