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         Youth Mentoring:     more books (100)
  1. Mentoring African American youth: A concept paper by Wendy L Struchen, 1996
  2. Students Mentoring Students: Training Students to Mentor Students (A Comprehensive Plan to Make Disciples, Leader's Manual)
  3. Smart Moves That Successful Youth Workers Make
  4. Yes, you can: Establishing mentoring programs to prepare youth for college. / c [Andrew Lauland] by Andrew Lauland, 1999
  5. Mentoring programs for urban youth: Handle with care by Bonnie Benard, 1992
  6. What shall I tell my children: A ministry for tutoring and mentoring Black boys by Walter B Johnson, 1991
  7. Adolescent African American male self esteem: Suggestions for mentoring program content (Conference paper series / presented at the Urban Institute) by Margaret Beale Spencer, 1991
  8. Business guide to mentoring: Employees as mentors : a sound investment by Susan G Weinberger, 2000
  9. Side by Side: Mentoring Guide for Congregational Youth Ministry by L. Welty, 1989-06
  10. The Be-With Factor: Mentoring Students in Everyday Life by Bo Boshers, Judson Poling, 2006-02-21
  11. The Blackwell Handbook of Mentoring: A Multiple Perspectives Approach
  12. Intentional influence: Investing your life through mentoring / Tim Elmore ; foreword by Bill Henry by Tim Elmore, 2003
  13. Hungry Souls, Holy Companions: Mentoring a New Generation of Christians by Patricia Hendricks, 2006-10-20
  14. Mentoring Across Generations: Partnerships for Positive Youth Development (Prevention in Practice Library) by Andrea S. Taylor, Jeanette Bressler, 2000-10-31

61. Wiley Canada ::  New Directions For Youth Development , A Critical View Of Yout
Wiley Canada, A Critical View of youth mentoring New Directions for Youth Development 93 (Formerly New Directions for Mental Health Services) by Jean E.,,0787962945,00.html
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62. What Is Child And Youth Mentoring?
What is Mentoring? Answer Giving Time to a Child/Youth in your neighbourhood WhenOdysseus left for his long trip on the war path he asked his friend Mentor
What is Mentoring? Answer: Giving Time to a Child/Youth in your neighbourhood
Who are the mentors and where do they come from?

For Greek and African mentors, problems such as lack of time, money and professional stress did not exist. Today's volonteer mentors have these problems. Demand for mentors exceeds by far their supply. And yet, some of them do exist and their number grows. They come from all walks of life: students, singles, married couples with or without children, retirees.
Why do they mentor?
They remember their own childhood (good or bad) and the people who were important to them. They know how important their responsible friendship with a child/youth can become for the personal development of the future adult. They enjoy discovering the world from a child' s perspective. They even may realise that they make an important contribution to building a more human and more connected society.
How do they mentor?
They spend just a few hours per week with a child, preferably doing what the child wants to do, but also making their own suggestions. School homework is not excluded, but sports, movies and various hobbies usually take front stage. They commit themselves at least for a year.
If your are interested as a parent, social worker, potential mentor or even donor (!) to find out more about this great idea please look up the

63. Youth Mentoring Programs
youth mentoring Programs. Comments. I've been asked to head up anew youth mentoring program in our county and I'm not sure where to begin.
Youth Leadership Development Information Clearinghouse Skill Building Online Newsletter
Youth Mentoring Programs
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64. Attn: Assignment And News Editors Rescue Youth Mentoring Graduation
Attn Assignment And News Editors Rescue youth mentoring Graduation.September 13, 2002 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contacts Joe Scott
Attn: Assignment And News Editors
Rescue Youth Mentoring Graduation
September 13, 2002
Contacts: Joe Scott , Director of Communications
Sandi Gibbons
, Public Information Officer
Jane Robison
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At 9 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 15, District Attorney Steve Cooley, Los Angeles Fire Chief P. Michael Freeman, Montebello Fire Chief Jim Cox and Long Beach Fire Chief Terry Harbour will honor 80 students who successfully completed the RESCUE youth mentoring program. Also honored will be the 179 firefighters who helped mentor the at-risk youth. The graduation and awards program will be held at Universal Studios, Universal City. Use the Amphitheater Entrance off the 101 Freeway at Lankershim Boulevard. Tables will be set up to guide media representatives to the stage. CONTACT: Carol Baker (213) 713-2384 Please read our Privacy Policy

65. Friends For Youth - Mentoring Institute
Welcome to the Friends for youth mentoring Institute. The Friendsfor youth mentoring Institute is committed to supporting youth
Home About Us Mentoring Institute Mentoring Services ... Contact Us Welcome to the Friends for Youth Mentoring Institute.
The Friends for Youth Mentoring Institute is committed to supporting youth by strengthening mentoring programs, promoting best practices in the field, and educating youth professionals on effective mentoring service delivery.
We accomplish our mission by educating the mentoring community through research, trainings, workshops, and conferences. Home About Us Mentoring Institute Mentoring Services ... Contact Us Mentoring is a window of hope, a way of providing the adult caring and personal attention that many young people desire, a model for the kind of humanizing reforms needed in the schools and other settings where children spend much of their time, and potential vehicle for expanding adult advocacy on behalf of the young people most in need. The Kindness of Strangers : Adult Mentors, Urban Youth, and the New Volunteerism Upcoming Events:
  • February 20 : 10:30 am to 12 pm Goal Setting for the New Year -This interactive workshop will help you re-fuel, re-charge, and set a course for the upcoming year. For more information, please contact
  • 66. Responsive Communities - Youth Mentoring
    VOL 2, NO 2. youth mentoring. The resources that most faithbased organizationscan bring to youth mentoring are small by comparison.

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    YOUTH MENTORING PROBLEM: Many children have few positive adult influences and limited opportunities to learn fundamental social skills. SOLUTION: Congregations have established mentoring programs to instill discipline, transmit values, and provide positive role models to the city’s most vulnerable youth. Each summer for more than 40 years, Jewish children from around the Midwest have come to Goldman Union Camp Institute in Zionsville to learn about Jewish history and ethics and to take part in recreation. About 300 4 th through 10 th graders attend each of the two month-long summer sessions. Another 30 to 40 12 th graders enroll in Avodah, an intensive nine-week program of work, study, and social experiences. Rabbi Ron Klotz, director of the camp, describes it as “a celebration of Jewish life.” Goldman Union is one of 12 camps owned and operated by the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, an organization of about 900 Reform congregations. As such, it takes a liberal approach to Judaism, Klotz says. “We want children to learn everything about Judaism. Then they have the latitude to make decisions when they’re older—whether they will keep kosher, how they will observe the holidays. There are many choices.” Many Christian and Islamic organizations offer a similar program—a camp or “vacation Bible school” that offers recreational opportunities, but whose main purpose is to teach children the fundamentals of a faith tradition.

    67. Older Grants
    Hospital youth mentoring Program 7/10/1997. Johns Hopkins Hospital Ms. DeborahKnight-Kerr, $220,025.00. The Hospital youth mentoring Program. 7/12/1996.

    68. Washtenaw County Youth Mentoring Program
    Washtenaw County youth mentoring Program History The youth mentoring Program beganin Spring 2000 with the first mentor/mentee match occurring in June.
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    Washtenaw County Youth Mentoring Program
    Last updated on February 18, 2003 The Washtenaw County Youth Mentoring Program is dedicated to serving youth in need of extra support and guidance through one-on-one mentoring. Description:
    The Youth Mentoring Program is a one-on-one mentoring program where community volunteers over the age of 18 are matched one-on-one with a youth between 7-16 years old. The commitment is for a minimum of two hours a week for one calendar year. The first step to getting started is to attend a one-time orientation session. Please contact the program at (734) 971-7189 or for more information.
    The Youth Mentoring Program began in Spring 2000 with the first mentor/mentee match occurring in June. The program grew out of "Mentor Michigan" , a statewide initiative that seeks volunteers to match with youth across the state. Washtenaw County was one of four pilot counties to start this initiative. The program is based out of the Prosecuting Attorney's Office, but is promoted as a prevention tool in keeping youth out of the juvenile justice system.
    Contact person: Susie Hubbard, Mentoring Coordinator, (734) 971-7189

    69. HOPE Youth Mentoring Program
    HOPE youth mentoring Program Last updated on September 25, 2002. HOPE(Helping One Person Excel) is a mentoring program where mentors
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    HOPE Youth Mentoring Program
    Last updated on September 25, 2002 HOPE (Helping One Person Excel) is a mentoring program where mentors (positive adult role models) create a 1:1 relationship with a youth who needs their guidance, friendship and attention. Youth range in age from 6-14 and experience adjustment difficulties at home, school and/or the community. One youth writes, "My mentor means a lot to me because I've never had anyone take time out of their day just to be with me and I respect her for that." Volunteers are asked to share a minimum of 4 hours (bi-weekly) with their protege for a one-year period. Volunteers must enjoy youth and have time to share- 4 hours a month minimum. There is a screening procedure and training requirements initially and the volunteer must possess a valid NYS driver license and transportation. They must be at least 21 years of age. Volunteers must be positive role models.
    This opportunity is sponsored by: Catholic Charities of Livingston County Contact people:
    Kim Ruliffson, Coordinator of HOPE Youth Mentoring, 585-658-4466

    70. - About Us
    Abstract. TITLE Report on youth mentoring Activities in the WashingtonMetropolitan Region. DATE April 1995. AUTHOR David Jastrab

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    71. TakingITGlobal - Events - Good Knight Youth Mentoring Project
    Contact Them Box 901 Beltsville, Maryland United States. / Opportunities / Events / Good Knight youth mentoring Project

    72. Children And Youth Mentoring
    Services for Children and Youth. Mentoring Programs. Mentors provideyouth an opportunity to discuss issues in their lives, help them
    Services for Children and Youth
    Mentoring Programs
    Mentors provide youth an opportunity to discuss issues in their lives, help them explore educational opportunities beyond high school, and aid them with job searches and developing pre-employment skills.
    Agency Program Description Location Dates/Times Cost Centro Hispano
    Juventud and Aspira Programs provide mentoring as well as tutoring for Hispani middle and high school students. Selected middle and high schools. After school Free Madison Urban Ministry
    Offers a mentoring and tutoring program, consulatation, and referral for churches, organizations, and schools. Vary Vary Free Mentor/Tutor support network
    Shirley Hammond
    Cathy Price, MMSD
    Provides consultation and resoruces for initiating mentoring and tutoring programs. K-12 schools During and after school Free Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)
    RSVP works with Dane County Schools to connect volunteer tutors and mentors aged 55 and over with students. Dane Co. schools. Vary Free Urban League of Greater Madison
    Pre-Employment Program provides skills in self management, employability/ career awareness nd academics, as well as a summer internship paired with academic studies.

    73. Youth Mentoring Group
    Rules for using the youth mentoring group and message boards 1. Nofoul language or offensive material of any kind. (You will be
    Rules for using the youth mentoring group and message boards
    1. No foul language or offensive material of any kind. (You will be banned permanently)
    2. This group is intended for youth dealing with mental health issues only.
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    74. Phelps-All-MMP Youth Mentoring Revised
    June 1998). MMPyouth mentoring receives referrals from DFS, DYS,Juvenile Court, Schools, and community agencies. Youth ages 16
    Narrative Accomplishment Report Partnership Phelps County Community Partnership
    Site All Partners Rolla High School, Newburg High School, St. James High School, Rolla Technical Cente,R Rolla Technical Institute, Drury College, East Central College, Columbia College, Division Of Vocational Rehabilitation, Work Connections, Local Businesses, Department Of Family Servcies, Department Of Economic Development, Juvenile Court Office, And Camp Brim Shire Author Susan Delventhal
    Core Results
    High School Graduation Rate High School Dropout Rate Population age 25 or more with a high school diploma Budget Categories Youth Development Employment Skills Problem or Issue Phelps County, population 38,954, is in rural south central Missouri. In Phelps County, 33% of residents ages 25 or older do not have a high school diploma (1990 USDC, Bureau of the Census). Based on this information, it is not surprising that 31.9% of the households in Phelps County earn less than $12,500 per year (1990 USDC, Bureau of Census). Many of these same families rely on government subsidy to make ends meet.

    75. Affirmative Action And Equal Opportunity Employer United Way Of
    youth mentoring Partnerships. Phone (573) 4748560 e-mail YouthMentoring Partnerships. Serving Youth between the ages of 15-21
    Affirmative Action and
    Equal Opportunity Employer
    Youth Mentoring Partnerships Phone: (573) 474-8560
    e-mail Youth Mentoring Partnerships Serving:
    Youth between the ages of 15-21 and teen parents up to the age of 21
    Risk factors
    In custody (or recently moving from) Divisions of Family Services or Youth Services or foster care Non-traditional home environments (divorce, single parent, unhealthy living atmosphere) Parents or youth receiving (or likely to receive) government assistance Pregnant or parenting teen School difficulty or failure Rural area living Social difficulties Services available in: Boone County
    Programs Teen Work Prepares youth for self-sufficiency through job preparation, employment assistance, and structured work-site mentoring. One to one match between youth and mentor in the workplace
    Six month commitment
    Approximately one hour per week Resource Parents Provides adolescent parents with parenting and life skills training, and support through community based volunteer mentoring.

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    AmeriCorps. The Foster youth mentoring Project. The Foster youth mentoringProject at Santa Ana College encourages students to mentor
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    77. 1999 Legislation Nebraska Youth Mentoring Act
    LB1160 2000 LEGISLATION NEBRASKA youth mentoring ACT. Introduced LB653- 1999 LEGISLATION NEBRASKA youth mentoring ACT. Introduced (old web)/act.html
    State Capitol - Room 1525
    Tuesday January 25 2:15 PM
    Introduced by Bruning, 3
    A BILL FOR AN ACT relating to economic development; to adopt the School-to-Career Act.
    Following is an exerpt from the January 11 edition of the Lincoln Journal Star newspaper article describing the purpose of LB1160: Career, mentor programs get boost in bills "Programs that help Nebraska students learn about the world of work and that pair youngsters with adult role models got a super-mentor Monday. Gov. Mike Johanns said he wants to put $1.5 million of state funds toward career and youth mentoring programs, matched by equal amounts of private ufnds or locally raised dollars. "We have an obligation to give Nebraska's young people opportunity and hope," Johanns said. "The dollars I am proposing for this initiative are literally an investment in the future." His proposal calls for putting $1 million of state funds toward school-to-work programs. When matched with $1 million of other funds, the money would rebuild programs started earlier with federal support, he said. the federal dollars are to end in October. "Sometimes investment by the state can become the catalyst," Johanns said.

    78. K-12 Outreach Programs Database Full Record
    University of Nevada, Reno, Outreach to K12. Full Record. ProgramFoster youth mentoring. UNR College Cooperative Extension. Mailing

    79. Maui's Youth Mentoring Website
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    80. Maui Youth Mentoring Website
    Mission Statement To make a positive difference in the lives of youth primarily through“ProfessionallySupported” one-on-one mentoring relationships with
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