Capitol Hill Day

MENTOR provides a unified public voice in Washington, DC, for the youth mentoring movement.

Our federal advocacy efforts are all the more dynamic when the movement mobilizes and demonstrates the broad yet deep impact mentoring has in individual communities.

Attending the 2018 National Mentoring Summit? Join hundreds of your colleagues on January 24, 2018 for the fourth annual Capitol Hill Day by signing up to participate when you register for the Summit*. This important advocacy event brings Members of Congress and their staff face to face with mentors, advocates, professionals and researchers to talk about critical issues facing the country’s young people and the legislation and policies they can help implement to expand access to quality mentoring opportunities for youth.

  • Capitol Hill Day participants receive materials and training to prepare them for their Congressional visits and will be joined by other participants from their state
  • Information about Capitol Hill Day will be emailed to registered participants beginning in December

Not able to attend the 2018 National Mentoring Summit in person this year? Good news! You can still participate in Capitol Hill Day from home. Virtual Capitol Hill Day participants will be able to send messages to their Members of Congress via MENTOR’s Advocacy page to support their colleagues in Washington, DC. To receive the call action on Virtual Capitol Hill Day, make sure you’re signed up to receive MENTOR’s Advocacy alerts here. Interested participants can e-mail Abbie Evans with questions concerning Capitol Hill Day. *If you have already registered for the 2018 National Mentoring Summit but did not opt-in to participate in Capitol Hill Day or if you will not be attending the Summit but would like to attend Capitol Hill Day, email Adriane Alicea and ask to be added to the list of participants. Please provide your city, state of residence, zip code and preferred t-shirt size in your email.

Congressional Resource Sheets

The sheets below list only members of Congress who are on legislative committees relevant to mentoring policy, or who have co-sponsored mentoring legislation.

*No U.S. Department of Justice funds are used to support Capitol Hill Day.