Operational Standards for Mentoring Programs
The Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring holds the key to success in producing high-quality relationships. The new edition of the Elements provides six evidence-based standards for practice that incorporate the latest research and best-available practice wisdom. The six evidence-based standards address six critical dimensions of mentoring program operations:
The Chronicle is an online newsletter for sharing new findings and ideas about youth mentoring. This new channel represents a continuation of MENTOR's Research Corner, with the goal of encouraging active dialogue around evidence-based practice in youth mentoring.
For more information, go to www.chronicle.umbmentoring.org.
May 2012 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Group Mentoring
April 2012 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Match Closure
March 2012 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Corporate Engagement
February 2012 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Risk Management
January 2012 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Maximizing Your Marketing and Mentor Recruitment Efforts
December 2011 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Keeping Matches Together
October 2011 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Bullying and How You Can Help
September 2011 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Incorporating Sports Into Your Mentoring Program
May 2011 Recap & Power Point Presentation - Youth Mentoring: Do Race and Ethnicity Really Matter?
April 2011 Recap - Fundraising and Grantwriting
March 2011 Recap - Measuring Outcomes for Youth Mentoring Activities
February 2011 Recap - The Importance of Closure for Children and Youth
January 2011 Recap - National Mentoring Month/Monitoring and Supporting The Match
December 2010 Recap - Elements of Effective Practice: Making the Match
November 2010 Recap - Mentor Training
October 2010 Recap
Going Beyond the Background Check
Note: We recommend viewing this video in full screen mode.
September 2010 Recap
Become a better mentor with a special set of classes offered four times a year. Choose two courses from the morning and afternoon sessions.
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