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Sexual and Gender Diverse (SGD) Youth Mentoring Guide

By the Alberta Mentoring Partnership There is a growing awareness that Sexual and Gender Diverse In-person mentoring relationships can serve an important role for SGD youth, as they would be well-positioned to offer ongoing support to the needs of youth, as they navigate through phases of exploring, accepting, and sharing their identity with others. Given […]

[Webinar] Critical Youth Mentorship: A Youth Work Teach-In

Date: ​​Mon, January 31, 2022, 11:00 AM – 3:30 PM EST Join MENTOR Canada and YouthREX in celebration of National Mentoring Month by attending two keynote panels and discussions regarding critical youth mentorship. In part 1 (11 AM to 12:30 PM ET), Dr. Jean Rhodes will reflect on the past and future of the mentoring […]

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Prioritizing Connections During National Mentoring Month

Prioritizing Connections During National Mentoring Month Thursday, January 27 at 3 pm PT / 6 pm ET National Mentoring Month is a great time for educators to share the connection strategies they use with students to support meaningful relationships in their classrooms. In this webinar, you will learn how relationship building practices align with learning […]

Introduction to issue sponsored by Along

By Ben Houltberg, Ph.D., LMFT (President & CEO of The Search Institute) and Jean Rhodes, Ph.D. (Director of The Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring ) Many of the articles, profiles, and research summaries in this Chronicle issue, sponsored by Along, focus on the importance of teacher-student relationships. They highlight the role of teachers in promoting students’ […]

Wallace Grace

“You cannot mentor someone you don’t know”: A Conversation With Wallace Grace About Black Teacher Collaborative, Mentoring, and Along

Wallace Grace, Director of Innovation at Black Teacher Collaborative (BTC), brings over a decade of experience in education as an educator, practitioner, and researcher having worked in education non-profits, schools, and districts across the nation. In his current role as Director of Innovation, Wallace contributes five years of experience using academic, applied, and practitioner-based research […]

Building a Quality, Community-Based Mentoring Program

By the Alberta Mentoring Partnership Reprinted from the introduction  Quality mentoring is mentoring that produces significant, lasting, positive outcomes for mentees. It is responsible, ethical, effective mentoring. Mentoring programs come in all shapes and sizes, but some key components help to ensure excellence and that the needs of the mentee, volunteer mentor, organization and community […]

The Limits of Mentorship

By Patrick T. Brown, the Ethics and Public Policy Center Originally published in the Winter 2022 issue of National Affairs. As America suburbanized in the decades following World War II, neighborhoods — the places where family and civic life is lived on a day-to-day basis — gradually became more socio-economically stratified. Between 1980 and 2010, the percentage of low-income […]

Announcing a New Resource! Becoming a Better Mentor: Strategies to be There for Young People Launches Today

By MENTOR January 10, 2021 MENTOR  is thrilled to announce the release of Becoming a Better Mentor: Strategies to be There for Young People. This resource, written by experts in the field, has been designed to benefit any adult who is looking for actionable ways to support a young person. Full of real-world advice that […]

The Impact of Peer-Mentoring on the Academic Success of Underrepresented College Students

Venegas-Muggli, J. I., Barrientos, C., & Álvarez, F. (2021). The Impact of Peer-Mentoring on the Academic Success of Underrepresented College Students. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 1521025121995988.  https://doi.org/10.1177/1521025121995988 Summarized by Ariel Ervin Notes of Interest: Chilean higher education systems have recently started providing opportunities for more formal education. While this helps advance the […]

9 Ways to Celebrate National Mentoring Month

By Miranda DeBruyn, MENTOR New York Since 2002, the Mentoring Movement unites in celebration of National Mentoring Month and uses the power of our collective voice to recruit new mentors, advance the mentoring field’s legislative priorities, and drive meaningful change for young people. This January, stand beside MENTOR New York and spread the positivity that […]