My Brother's Keeper Mentor Training/Resources
This free webinar series was developed by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership and My Brother’s Keeper Alliance to provide best practices for designing effective mentoring services for boys and young men of color.
Developed in collaboration with MENTOR. This toolkit can help mentors understand growth mindset and how to apply growth mindset strategies to many of the challenges that youth and adults face in life.
(These 17 lessons are designed for mentors and take about 60 minutes to complete)
The My Brother's Keeper Alliance and MENTOR: THe National Mentoring Partnership developed this outstanding mentoring guide
MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership research informed and practitioner approved best practices for creating and sustaining impactful mentoring relationships and strong program services
In an effort to help programs foster healthy mentoring relationships throughout traumatic experiences, MENTOR developed a guide in collaboration with the Mental Health Association (MHA) of New York and with generous support from JPMorgan Chase.
This webinar discusses best practices for designing effective mentoring services for boys and young men of color and reviews MENTOR’s recently released Guide to Mentoring Boys and Young Men of Color
Review of the standard areas of the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™, Fourth Edition with an emphasis on specific tips and strategies for serving boys and men of color boys effectively.
We know that mentoring works, but how does it work? Mike Garringer, Director of Knowledge Management for MENTOR and Steve Vassor, CEO of AMPED Strategies discuss how mentors make an impact.
Listen to Desiree Robertson, Manager of the Team Up Youth Mentoring Partnership, and Pamela Gant, Outreach Officer of Mentoring Works Washington, as they provide an overview of research on race, culture and class in mentoring matches and discuss cultural competency training approaches for programs.