Training for Programs
We provide a network of resources - including training, research, and best practices - to help local programs be even better.
Below you will find information and registration instructions for all of our professional development opportunities for partner organizations. You may also learn more about each training within this document.
Introduction to TMP Services & Elements of Effective Practice
This informational session is intended to introduce mentoring programs to the technical assistance, training and networking services provided by The Mentoring Partnership. The foundation of our services is based on the six Elements of Effective Practice, a collection of research-informed practices for youth mentoring programs, and you will learn those elements as part of this session. Attending this training is also the first step in the Quality Coaching process.
Logic Model Session
Logic Models are the framework for any quality program. They serve as your guide to implementation and evaluation and they help you tell your story. This working session allows you to critically examine what you hope to accomplish with your program and then walk through the process of making it a reality.
Join us for this free training on Sunday, April 10, 2016. We will be meeting at the South Side Market House Healthy Living Center (12th and Bingham Streets). Registration and lunch beginning at 1:00 p.m.
LENS: Learning, Engaging, Networking & Sharing
Each month, TMP presents a topic of discussion, a training or workshop over breakfast at our offices. Catered specifically to staff of mentoring organizations, this series offers leaders the chance to catch up on each other’s projects and to learn about the latest research, best practices, and trainings from The Mentoring Partnership. Each opportunity is advertised in our e-newsletter and is also listed on the News & Events page on our website.
Collaborative Mentoring Webinar Series
The Mentoring Partnership is proud to be a part of the Collaborative Mentoring Webinar Series - a program planned and implemented in partnership with MENTOR National, Friends for Youth, Education Northwest, The Mentoring Partnership of Minnesota, and Oregon Mentors. Each month a new Webinar is presented, delivering the latest research, best practices, and professional development to mentoring programs across the United States.