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www.mentoring.org/why-mentoring/mentoring-impact

Young Adults Who Were At-Risk for Falling Off Track But Had a Mentor Are: ... on to higher education, mentored youth maintain better attitudes toward school.

youth.gov/youth-topics/mentoring/benefits-mentoring-young-people

The supportive, healthy relationships formed between mentors and mentees are ... Without this, mentoring programs run the risk of harming young people who ...

www.ojjdp.gov/programs/ProgSummary.asp?pi=54

Youth mentoring - a consistent, prosocial relationship between an adult or ... as providing mentoring services to underserved and at-risk populations of youth.

www.outreachinvolvementcenter.com/mentoring-program.html

Mentoring is a structured and trusting partnership that pairs young people ( mentees) with caring ... So how does the Mentoring Program benefit at-risk youth ?

chronicle.umbmentoring.org/important-new-study-of-mentoring-for-higher-risk-youth

Mar 1, 2013 ... The study looked closely at the backgrounds of participating youth and their mentors, the mentoring relationships that formed, the program ...

www.goodwillvalleys.com/work-and-training-services/youth-services/youth-mentoring

Goodwill offers youth mentoring programs to focus on preparing students for school ... the Comprehensive Services Act for At Risk Youth and Families (CSA).

www.nationalmentoringresourcecenter.org/index.php/insight-display/48-school-based-mentoring-program-for-at-risk-middle-school-youth.html

*Note: The National Mentoring Resource Center makes these “Insights for Mentoring Practitioners” available for each program or practice reviewed by the ...

www.fairfaxyouth.org

The Fairfax Partnership for Youth develops programs and services that ... Mentoring 101: Basic Mentor Training for new volunteer mentors in one-on-one/ individual mentoring programs. ... At-Risk Youth Advocacy and Intervention Activities.

4-h.org/get-involved/mentoring/4-h-national-mentoring-program

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.