Closing the Mentoring Gap
In the recent report, The Mentoring Effect, a nationally-representative survey of young people ages 18-21 found that one in three young people will reach age 19 without the benefit of a mentor. In his opening speech at the 2014 National Mentoring Summit, MENTOR CEO David Shapiro outlines the need to go beyond recruitment to close this mentoring gap by more fully integrating mentoring as a key youth development strategy.
- EY and MENTOR release the business case for private-sector engagement in youth mentoring
- NBA Cares Ambassador Jason Collins to Headline Fifth Annual National Mentoring Summit
- Five Leaders in the Youth Mentoring Movement Receive Excellence in Mentoring Awards
- MENTOR and CNCS to Honor Corporate Mentoring Champions