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Program Design & Management

This resource tool outlines the various points in the match process, from introduction through closure, to help programs ensure high quality match support. Developed by Oregon Mentors in colla

The 2013 National Mentoring Summit theme is: Mentoring Works: Inspire. Achieve. Advocate.

The Project Director Resource Guide is designed to help grantees review the progress of their grant and engage partners in both the leadership and management aspects of the Safe Schools/He

This TCAM tool outlines a process for mentoring programs to assess implementation and identify priorities for building program capacity.

Everyone benefits when mentoring programs engage mentees

All mentor-mentee relationships come to an end. How can mentoring program staff support mentor-mentee relationships so that they are more likely to end as scheduled, and end positively for the

This TCAM tool outlines a process for Safe Schools/Healthy Students mentoring programs to assess implementation and identify priorities for building program capacity.

Key Learnings from Mentoring Research and Implications for Practice examines 11 critical questions that have been explored by leading researchers, with the goal of offerin

Research findings continue to affirm the effectiveness and positive impact of

The Risk-Need-Responsivity model was originally develop

The Balanced and Restorative Justice model is a philosophical approach to juvenile justice.

Mentoring has a long history and exists in many cultures and commun

The authors offer key insights as well as strategies relevant for diversity and inclusion for youth development programs.

This article from the Journal of Youth Development reviews the different theoretical models of the developmental process outlined in Hamilton's concept of positive youth developm

This template, from  the Strengthing Nonprofits Manual, helps organizations create a plan for a developing revenue source.

Leap of Reason, by Mario Morino, provides practical advice for social-sector leaders who know they want and need better information to fulfill the mission that compelled them to dedicate their live

In this resource, University of Massachusett's professor, Jean Rhodes, Ph.D., addresses how program quality and approach, as well as the characteristics of both the mentors and the youth contribute

Public/Private Ventures, in collaboration with The National Mentoring Partnership, has made a preliminary examination of three innovative group mentoring programs and has drawn on the findings from

In an effort to build on the knowledge of what works in mentoring programs, The Evaluation, Management and Training (EMT) Group interviewed 50 mentor program managers throughout California to uncov

This resource, from Education Northwest, is one part of a series designed to give practitioners tools and ideas that they can use to build quality mentoring programs.