Supportive relationships with adults, including mentoring relationships, foster young people’s positive development and can provide significant psychological protection in the face of adverse life circumstances. In the winter of 2020, Mentor Canada surveyed 2,838 young adults in Canada to learn more about how mentors supported them while they were growing up: 177 (6%) of the survey respondents identified as Black.
Discover what our 2020 State of Mentoring Research findings revealed on the impact of mentoring for Black Youth. Learn more on what prevents Black children and youth from accessing mentors and how we can close the mentoring gap.
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