Mentoring

The Mentoring Effect

Can a simple mentoring relationship rescue a life in peril? In a world with few easy solutions, there are innumerable stories -- and a new survey -- that demonstrate this could be possible. Let's start with one of these stories.

Mentoring in America: A Summary of New Research Fact Sheet

Both MENTOR and the Corporation for National and Community Service have released new studies that shed new light on mentors and the “mentoring gap”—the number of young people in need of a caring adult to help them succeed in life—as well as Americans’ attitudes, motivations and behaviors toward mentoring.

Mr. Urbigkit Goes to Washington

A Senior Corps volunteer, John Urbigkit of Cheyenne,WY, accepts the Jefferson Award for Public Service with Senators Barrasso and Enzi. Urbigkit serves as a Foster Grandparent at Triumph High School.</body></html>

Nation's Leaders Come Together to Promote Critical Investment in the Future at 2nd Annual National Mentoring Summit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 
Wednesday, January 18, 2012 (All day)

WASHINGTON D.C.- National youth mentoring organizations, Administration officials, civic leaders, corporate executives and the country's foremost mentoring researchers will join together in Washington next week at the second annual National Mentoring Summit to promote a pathway for ensuring our nation's youth receive quality mentoring and guidance that will enable them to have a promising future.

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