Corporate Mentoring Honor Roll
The New York State Corporate Mentoring Honor Roll is a network of community-minded businesses that believe in the power of mentoring and the mission of MENTOR New York. If you're interested in joining or nominating a company, contact Sam Cowles.
Eligible companies have demonstrated that they are at least one of the following:
Involved in a corporate mentoring initiative
Interested in developing a mentoring program
Dedicated to supporting mentoring in their corporate goodwill portfolio in the future
By joining the Honor Roll, companies receive the following benefits:
Recognition in all event materials, on MENTOR NY's website, and annual report
Opportunities to spotlight your work as a leader in corporate mentoring at events and network-wide communications
VIP invitations to select annual engagement opportunities
Resources to Support Engagement in Mentoring
Workplace Mentoring Supplement to the Elements of Effective Practice (2019)
Fueling a Relationship Movement – the Critical Role that Employers Play in Growing and Supporting Youth Mentoring in America (2019)
2023 New York State
Corporate Mentoring Honor Roll Companies
Spotlighting Corporate Excellence
Deutsche Bank is committed to helping inspire young people as they develop their aspirations and work toward realizing their full potential. In honor of National Mentoring Month (January 2023), they connected employees with training and volunteer opportunities, including development sessions with MENTOR New York. Check out their LinkedIn post to see how the experience impacted their team.
The WNBA's New York Liberty donated game tickets for mentors and mentees to attend 16 home games during their 2022 season. In total, 1400 tickets were reserved for young people engaged in mentoring programs. See the impact report for details.
PSEG Long Island was a proud sponsor of MENTOR New York's 2022 Mentoring Matters Conference. Vice President-Legal and MENTOR NY Board Secretary Andrea Elder-Howell kicked off the conference by sharing why PSEG continues to invest in mentoring.
Bethpage Federal Credit Union helped us tee off "fore" a good cause by sponsoring the MENTOR New York Topgolf Challenge. The event offered an opportunity for mentoring supporters in the corporate community to take their teams to the driving range for some good-hearted competiton. Funds raised bolstered our ability to provide services to over 1000 mentoring and youth development organizations in 2022.
Supporting Interns in the Workplace Through Mentoring
Amelia Chicas is a student at Stony Brook University and an emerging financial sector professional. Amelia shares how having a mentor in the workplace made all the difference to her internship experience. Learn how you can partner with MENTOR New York to train supervisors at your company with mentoring mindsets — and enhance the experience of young people like Amelia.