The fourth annual National Mentoring Summit will bring together nearly 700 mentoring stakeholders from across the nation.
The National Mentoring Summit is convened by MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership and host committee members the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the Harvard School of Public Health, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and United Way Worldwide. It is the signature event for the national mentoring movement that will bring together 700 participants including, practitioners, researchers, corporate partners, government and civic leaders, national youth-serving organizations and the network of Mentoring Partnerships in a forum to explore and advance mentoring’s positive impact on individuals and communities.
The 2014 National Mentoring Summit theme is Mentoring Works and will focus on how evidence-based quality mentoring relationships help young people succeed at home, in school and at work. Workshops and plenary sessions will demonstrate the many ways in which mentoring works to support positive youth outcomes by showcasing innovative program models, emerging research, and the nuances across diverse youth populations.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to share effective and innovative practices, discuss new research, focus on professional development and create a shared agenda for the mentoring movement!
The sold-out 2013 National Mentoring Summit brought together nearly 700 mentoring stakeholders from across the nation, featured a diverse array of workshops from seasoned experts and included a Corporate and Philanthropic Leadership Session focused on strategies for deepening private sector volunteerism and investment in quality youth mentoring.