Youth mentoring is the process of matching mentors with young people who
need or want a ... The goal of youth mentoring programs is to improve the well-
being of the child by providing a role model t...
Youth mentoring - a consistent, prosocial relationship between an adult or ... as
providing mentoring services to underserved and at-risk populations of youth.
Mentoring is often one component of a program that involves other elements,
such ... Without this, mentoring programs run the risk of harming young people
The 4‑H National Mentoring Program provides mentoring to young people ...
Sites must target at-risk or high-risk youth populations ages 8 through 17 years.
OJJDP's Juvenile Mentoring Program. (JUMP) is designed to reduce delin-
quency and improve school attendance for at-risk youth. Mentoring is also one.
Building Youth Mentoring Programs » Main Section .... in a mentoring
relationship; Roles of non-familial adults in the lives of at-risk children have been
shown to ...
the Role of Risk: Mentoring experiences and outcomes for Youth with Varying
Risk Profiles iii the Role ... to mentoring programs nationally and internation- ally.
Children in our mentoring programs show improved self confidence, better
decision making skills, improved academic performance, an improved sense of
who are perceived to be at risk for poor outcomes in areas such as academics,
risk ... of youth mentoring programs was the release of a report on a large ...
their impact on changing at-risk youth's perspectives and providing .... Mentoring
programs tend to be better at improving youth's noncognitive and social skills ...