Everyday Mentoring


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Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Everyday Mentoring recognizes that caring adults everywhere can make a mentoring difference for youth in their daily lives.

Tenets of Everyday Mentoring

  1. Commit to a Purpose – Be mentor-like, however you can, wherever you can, with whatever youth you encounter in your life.
  2. Recognize Every Child – By being aware and responsive to every child, more youth benefit from Everyday Mentoring interactions that nurture their “sparks” and attend to their needs.
  3. Be Present – Find opportunities to make a mentoring difference in everyday moments.
  4. Be Aware of Your Interactions – Be intentional with your presence, your communication, and your potential impact on youth in everyday moments.
  5. Empower Youth to Ask for Help – Equip children to leverage their connections with mentor-like adults already in their lives so that they can get the help they need to accomplish their goals and solve their challenges.

TMP supports you as you support the kids in your life. We provide you with tools to build better relationships with youth, and suggest ways to be more “mentor-like” in your own community.


Everyday people can make a mentoring difference in their everyday moments. If you aren’t currently a mentor in a formal mentoring program, but want to get the same skills and tools that mentors use, you can attend one of our Everyday Mentoring workshops.  

Everyday Mentoring workshops give you access to the same tips for understanding and helping youth succeed as our formal Mentoring 101 training. Everyday Mentoring workshops introduce you to skills that you can use to make a mentoring difference wherever you encounter youth in your everyday life.

Once you’ve got the skills, we hope you will be encouraged to volunteer in one of the over 140 different mentoring opportunities in our region. Use the Mentor Connector to find a mentoring opportunity near you!

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at 412-281-2535.

Everyday Mentoring Workshops

The Everyday Mentoring workshop endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships.  Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable depending on the organization's needs and it is available at your location.  Possible training elements include: learning what it means to be a mentor, improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students and many more.

For more detailed information on the Everyday Mentoring Workshop modules, please click here.

To request an Everyday Mentoring Workshop for your organization, church, school, or sports team, just complete this form and email to info@mentoringpittsburgh.org

School-Based Everyday Mentoring Workshops

The School-Based Everyday Mentoring workshop stays true to the original while focusing on how mentoring moments and a commitment to enhancing staff-student relationships can positively impact student outcomes like attendance, interest and engagement in classroom learning and more positive peer interactions. School staff will engage in the Dot/No Dot activity designed to help them identify students who are in the gap before working through the Everyday Mentoring workshop.

For more detailed information on the Everyday Mentoring Workshop modules, please click here.

To request an Everyday Mentoring Workshop for your organization, church, school, or sports team, just complete this form and email to info@mentoringpittsburgh.org

 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf

Training for Community Members


 
 

Children thrive when they are surrounded by caring adults in all areas of their lives— in their homes, neighborhoods, schools, and communities. Trainings provided through TMP can help you understand the importance of reaching out to kids, give you tools to build relationships with youth, and suggest ways to get involved as a mentor in your own community.


Although community members are invited to attend any of our in-office mentor trainings, a few of our trainings are specifically designed for adults who are not necessarily engaged in a formal mentoring program. These trainings are listed below.

To view other training options, please visit our Training for Mentors page, or email us at info@mentoringpittsburgh.org or call us at .
 


Everyday Mentors

The Everyday Mentors training endeavors to change the way adults who work with youth look at the importance of relationships. Designed for youth-serving organizations that would like to build stronger adult-youth ties, this training is highly adaptable to meet the needs of your staff and is available at your site. Possible training elements include: improving listening skills, helping youth through challenges, building relationships with struggling students, setting personal boundaries within professional roles, and engaging youth through their interests and strengths, etc.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact Kristine Pugliese at kpugliese@mentoringpittsburgh.org.


Promise Coaches

Want to help youth achieve their goals, but don't have the time for a formal mentoring program?  Support the youth you already have in your life by becoming a Promise Coach.

During this training, you will learn about graduation requirements, resources to help students overcome barriers to graduation, and tips on developing a post-high school plan.  Promise Coaches are family members, teachers, bus drivers, crossing guards, coaches, community members, and librarians - ANYONE who wants to help the young people in their life reach their full potential.

Three Promise Coaches trainings are available - one specifically catered to professionals in the social services sector, one created for general community members and businesses, and one created for high school students.

For additional information, please email info@mentoringpittsburgh.org.

- See more at: http://www.mentoringpittsburgh.org/pages/training-for-community-members#sthash.WKHac1Zx.dpuf