Training and Workshops
The Mentoring Partnership of New York provides many different types of training and workshops to our partner programs and those seeking to learn more about Mentoring. MPNY teaches best practices that have been researched by psychologists, social workers, school administrators and teachers.
MPNY has two ongoing trainings throughout the year; How to Design and Manage a Quality Mentoring Program and our Friday Afternoon Series.
Below, you'll find more information on those workshops and our Eventbrite Calendar for registration.
How to Design and Manage a Quality Mentoring Program:
Best Practices for Running a Successful Mentoring Program
For youth development professionals interested in developing a mentoring program, this comprehensive session will provide the necessary tools and information to launch and sustain an effective youth mentoring program. Covered in this training will be the Elements of Effective Practice, the industry's nationally accepted best practice standards for the development of youth mentoring programs that have proven effective in a wide range of existing mentoring strategies.
Learn about the Elements of Effective Practice
Friday Afternoon Series 2014-15, 2:00-4:00P.M.
122 East 42nd Street, Suite 1520
New York, NY 10168
Registration will open approximately 6 weeks prior to each workshop
There is a $15 reservation fee, refunded in full to all those who attend (or cancel no less than 24 hours in advance).
October 10th – Refreshing Your Mentor Screening – Bruce Beckwith of MPNY
November 14th – Strengthening Mentors’ Active Listening Skills – Jean Lahage Cohen of MPNYLI
December 12th – Teachers as Mentors – Franca Floro of MPLI
February 13th – Adolescents and Sexuality – TBA
March 13th – Defusing Aggression in Youth – Dr. Sophine Charles of Our Youth and NOBLE Mentors
April 17th – Managing Expectations – Bruce Beckwith of MPNY
FALL MENTORING BREAKFAST FORUM
Mentoring Breakfast Forums are the only event in New York that bring together mentoring professionals. Enhance your professional skills and spend a collegial morning networking with other program managers.
On Tuesday, October 28th From 8:30-Noon our good and generous friends at Ernst and Young will host the fall Mentoring Breakfast Forum at 5 Times Square, 22nd Floor, Room 040 New York, NY
Are your mentors someone a mentee would feel safe asking those hard-to-ask questions about growing up? More importantly, are they comfortable answering questions about sex and sexuality? It is vitally important that young people have someone they feel safe sharing their feelings with. Parents and guardians are not always accessible or objective listeners. At this Forum Jenna Beckwith Messman, Sexual Health Educator at the University of Maryland, will facilitate an open discussion on how we can help our mentors (and ourselves) to become "Askable Adults".
As always attendees will enjoy a
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"I attended a training session on Tuesday and was so impressed with the knowledge and expertise of the staff. The work you do is so valuable because of its experiential potential for growth."
Kristy Crabtress, United Way of New York City