ASPIRA in Action: Mentoring, Empowering and Investing in Latino Youth

ASPIRA Inc. of Illinois is a Puerto Rican non-profit organization committed to the self-determination of Latino and other underserved youth through educational opportunity, leadership development, and cultural awareness. In the City of Chicago, many young people of color lack the support and funding that create pathways toward opportunity. ASPIRA […]

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In Memoriam: Rev. J. Donald Monan

Over the weekend, I was deeply saddened as I learned of Rev. J. Donald Monan, S.J.’s passing. As the longest serving president and first chancellor of Boston College, Fr. Monan was also a co-founder of Greater Boston One to One, which would later become Mass onhealthy flomax Mentoring […]

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David Shapiro, President and CEO, MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership
March 20th, 2017
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MENTOR to Develop Guides to Support Youth Mentoring within Computer Science Fields

In answer to President Barack Obama’s call for more accessibility to computer science (CS) programs, the CSforAll initiative was launched to lead the effort in creating more educational opportunities for students to develop CS fluency and coding skills. MENTOR: the National Mentoring Partnership (MENTOR) is proud to support […]

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Brendan Anderson
October 12th, 2016
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In Real Life Blog Series: Thanks to Our Fantastic Mentors

Every day, teachers, coaches and colleagues, build natural mentoring relationships with youth through simple interactions. This August, we’ll share stories and resources for mentors and mentees, whether natural or formal, illustrating their role in helping youth develop skills, confidence and social capital. This personal mentoring story, shared by our own […]

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Brendan Anderson, Marketing & Communications VISTA
August 15th, 2016
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