Not JUST Black Girl Magic: What it takes to inspire and support ALL our girls

Throughout March we are celebrating Women’s History Month! We will be highlighting the important contributions women have made to the mentoring field, as well as featuring stories from female mentors and mentees. A couple of years ago, when I first heard the term “Black Girl Magic,” I was like…yep, […]

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Practicing Savvy Money Management Habits With Your Mentee

April is National Financial Literacy Month! Research has shown that American teens rank below half of their peers in other developed economies when it comes to financial literacy.  Mentoring can play an important role in helping young people develop and maintain healthy financial habits – habits that are […]

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Sherrell Duclos, Financial Literacy Facilitator at Jared’s Heart of Success   
April 18th, 2018
Posted In: Awareness, Education, In Real Life, Recognition

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A World Without Mentors

Eli and Mary have both worked in the area of mentoring for social change and have been part of the organizing team for the International Mentoring Day on January 17 of each year on Muhammad Ali’s birthday and during National Mentoring Month. “A world without mentors leaves so […]

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Eli. A. Wolff, Partners for Youth with Disabilities Mary A. Hums, University of Louisville
January 16th, 2018
Posted In: Awareness, Campaigns, Mentoring Stories, National Mentoring Month Blog Series

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Wisdom in the Shape of My Coach

As part of MENTOR’s #ThankYourMentor campaign, many people are taking the time to thank mentors who were there at critical moments in their lives. On our blog, we are featuring poignant stories from mentors and mentees who know the impact of mentoring first-hand. This story comes from Alphonso Mayo, […]

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Alphonso Mayo
November 22nd, 2017
Posted In: Awareness, Education, In Real Life, Mentoring Stories

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New Partnership with Million Women Mentors Increases Opportunities for Women in STEM

Today, 80% of the fastest-growing occupations require Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) skills. It is tempting to immediately suggest that all students should start learning computer coding or perhaps advanced calculus, or how to work alongside artificial intelligence. However, the education sector has been learning that hard […]

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Erin White and Ashley Szofer, STEMconnector
October 30th, 2017
Posted In: Awareness, Education, In Real Life, Mentoring Partnership

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Capitol Hill Day – The Tools You Need, the Experience of a Lifetime!

Join mentoring advocates at the fourth annual Capitol Hill Day during the 2018 National Mentoring Summit in Washington, D.C. to bring the personal stories and policy issues affecting the mentoring community straight to Members of Congress and their staff. You can sign up for Capitol Hill Day when you register for […]

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Jo-Ann Schofield, MENTOR Rhode Island
October 11th, 2017
Posted In: Advocacy, Awareness, National Mentoring Month Blog Series

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