Cross-sector Innovation in Mentoring Leads to Powerful Discussions

September 7th, 2016
Posted In: Corporate Engagement, Events, Our Affiliates

On August 25th, MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership, Ernst and Young, and LinkedIn hosted a conversation between some of the leading voices driving the mentoring movement in the Bay Area. With inclusion of inspiring young adults who benefited from having mentors, the Golden State Warriors organization, and City of San Francisco’s My Brother and Sister’s Keeper initiative, the panelists discussed multiple ways the corporate sector can engage in mentoring and how mentoring can be used as a solution to some of our country’s greatest injustices.

For more information, you can read David Shapiro’s reflection on the evening. The entire recorded live-stream is also available should you be interested in viewing the entire program. If you want to learn more about starting a youth mentoring initiative at your company, contact Julie Babyatzky. To take the first step to become a mentor, please click here.



  • What an inspiring event! Will you have more coming up in the near future? I’d love to be involved.

    – Janice Omadeke, CEO, The Mentor Method

    • MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership says:

      Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Janice and your support of the mentoring movement! Be sure to stay connected to our work and upcoming opportunities by joining our mailing list and following MENTOR on social media. We’d love to have you share more about your thoughts on the impact of mentoring at a future event. If you have any additional ways you’d like to get involved, please email our Marketing and Communications Manager, Jennifer.

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