Webinar: Group Mentoring Models and Practices

   Group Mentoring: Models and Practices February 21, 2019 1:00-2:15pm EST   Group mentoring has become increasingly popular within youth serving programs, in part because agencies can serve more mentees with fewer mentors. Yet, with few official guidelines, many organizations struggle to understand what group mentoring is, and how to integrate actual “mentoring” into their […]

Webinar: Maximizing Volunteer Engagement

  Maximizing Volunteer Engagement January 24, 2019 1:00-2:15pm EST   Mentoring programs are focused on recruiting and engaging volunteers as mentors, but is there potential for volunteers to support our programs in other ways? Learn how to maximize the potential of your volunteers beyond mentoring, and engage them in recruiting other mentors and mentees, supporting […]

Upcoming webinars on the Mentoring Enhancement Demonstration Program

National Mentoring Resource Center The recently completed evaluation of the Mentoring Enhancement Demonstration Program (MEDP) offered a fascinating look at how mentoring programs can think about making targeted enhancements to their services and improve the quality and consistency of mentoring that youth receive. Ten collaborative partnerships of mentoring programs around the country each attempted, via […]

Webinar: Diverse Ways Corporations Support Youth Mentoring

Diverse Ways Corporations Support Youth Mentoring October 30, 2018 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership’s October IMPACT webinar will be featuring MENTOR Affiliates and their corporate partners to showcase the diverse ways that companies are supporting and engaging in the youth mentoring movement. They will highlight effective practices for building, managing and […]

Webinar: Working Effectively with Muslim Youth and Their Families 2-part series

Hosted by Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center Working Effectively with Muslim Youth and Their Families: Part 1 Thursday, October 11, 2018 2:00:00 PM EDT – 3:30:00 PM EDT This webinar will discuss how to effectively work with Muslim youth and their families by bringing attention to potential bias, as well as providing a foundational overview of […]

Mentor Webinar: School-Integrated Mentoring

COLLABORATIVE MENTORING WEBINAR SERIES Thursday, September 20, 2018 1:00 PM – 2:15PM EST A school is a natural hub for connections between young people and adults, and therefore can be a good place to build mentoring relationships for students in your communities. In this webinar you will hear from MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership about […]

New Webinar: Strategies for Creating Ongoing Mentor Training

Thu, May 17, 2018 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT Most mentoring programs involve their mentors in an initial training before they are matched, but fewer programs provide ongoing training as those matches take shape. This webinar describes the benefits of holding post-match mentor trainings, and it also reviews strategies for creating these workshops, beginning […]

MENTOR’s Capitol Hill on Wednesday, January 28

 From The 2015 Summit will be extended to a three-day event to incorporate an advocacy activity on Capitol Hill on Wednesday, January 28. The 2015 Capitol Hill Day is open to all Summit attendees and is included with your Summit registration. It’s your opportunity to join your committed colleagues who will meet with members of Congress […]

Webinar next Thursday on Restorative Relationships

REGISTER Online Thursday, October 16, 2014 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT Many of us are fortunate to experience the power of supportive relationships in strengthening our belief in ourselves and connection to our community. But for isolated groups like young offenders, how do we create and scaffold supportive relationships that influence change? If your […]

Next Webinar: Mentoring Youth With Mental Health Needs

Thursday, August 21, 2014 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EDT In our society, people of all ages feel stigmatized because of a mental health issue. This shame and discomfort can be equally as applicable to young people facing other normal developmental challenges. Stigma may also result in not seeking treatment and it affects a lot […]