The following websites are good resources for STEM-related activities that mentors and mentees can enjoy together. www.sciencebuddies.org makezine.com/projects/ www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments tinkering.exploratorium.edu/projects www.sedl.org/afterschool/toolkits/science/pr_investigating.html
These Mentor Program Evaluation Surveys, courtesy of the Massachusetts Mentoring Partnership, can be used as year-end evaluations for Mentors, Mentees and Program Coordinators.
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Youth Engaged 4 Change is a resource for programs, mentors, and most specifically for mentees launched by the Federal Interagency Working Group on Youth Programs, led by the Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with youth. It features information about internships, speaking engagements, conferences, stories about young “change makers” who have triumphed in[...]
Based on the premise that children whose parents are involved in their education do better in school, NBC News Education Nation recently created an easily accessible Parent Toolkit in English and Spanish to help parents participate in their children’s academic success and personal growth. This is a great resource for mentoring programs to share with[...]
The Mentoring Effect, commissioned by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership, is a compelling new report informed by the first-ever nationally representative survey of young people on the topic of both informal and formal mentoring. The findings of this report are consistent with a powerful mentoring effect as demonstrated by the life experiences of the young[...]
The National Mentoring Partnership is the primary resource for mentoring programs with information about research, best practices and tools for program management.
This website is devoted to helping first-generation college students navigate the college application process.
This curriculum comes from the Mentoring Partnership of Long Island and is a great guide for exploring your mentee’s future possibilities through activities, ideas, and resources about college and careers.
Mentor Michigan and the Michigan College Compact developed the College Positive Mentoring Toolkit to provide mentors with information, conversation starters, match activity ideas, and ready-to-use activities, to help their mentees take important steps toward higher education. Although some of the activities and resources are specific to Michigan, they can easily be adapted to North Carolina-specific[...]