RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership conducts research into the importance and effects of mentoring relationships on young people.
THE POWER OF RELATIONSHIPS
With the release of this comprehensive new report, MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership has provided the field with important new data about the scope of mentoring in the United States.
This guide was made possible thanks to AT&T for their generous support of the survey and for their interest in understanding how adults come to mentoring roles, and they ways in which corporations and business can do their part to increase mentoring engagement across the nation
This report advances our understanding in several important ways. First, it moves beyond a simple head count to explore Americans’ motivations for, obstacles to, and beliefs about mentoring. Second, unlike the many surveys that focus on youth’s perspectives, this study explores the perspectives of adult mentors (as well as adults who do not mentor).
Discover more about The Power of Relationships
by viewing the Full Report & Key Findings
THE MENTORING EFFECT
The report that follows includes the results of the first-ever, nationally representative survey of young people’s perspectives on mentoring. Core to our collective work is the fundamental belief that children and adolescents should receive the supports they need and deserve — including consistent and caring relationships with adults. By asking 18- to 21-yearolds across the country to share their opinions on and experiences with mentoring, they shared their realities with us: while the mentoring needs of our young people are not being fully met, for those with quality mentors, there is a powerful effect on their life trajectory.
This guide was made possible thanks to MENTOR in collaboration with its Mentoring Partnership Network, which works to drive the investment of time and money into high impact mentoring programs and advance quality mentoring through the development and delivery of standards, cuttingedge research and state-of-the-art tools.
Discover more about The Mentoring Effect
by viewing the Full Executive Summary
PUBLICATIONS & TOOLKITS
Below are some publications and toolkits:
2017 PUBLICATION: DISCOVERING THE POSSIBILITIES
MENTOR New York is excited to share the newly updated resource guide for mentors and mentees interested in exploring the opportunity to attend college. Discovering the Possibilities: "C" ing Your Future is a user friendly guide that connects mentees to online resources and activities to help them explore their interests, navigate career options and plan for college.
This guide was made possible thanks to generous grants from the Citigroup Foundation and from the office of US Representative Steve Israel (CD 2 on Long Island), whose ongoing support of mentoring has been invaluable.
To ensure you have a positive and rewarding experience as you work through the activities outlined in the resource guide MENTOR New York has created some tip sheets you may find helpful.
We hope you enjoy the journey of Discovering the Possibilities. Read the full guide!
2019 PUBLICATION: ACTIVITES BOOK FOR MENTORS & MENTEES
MNY's Activities Catalog for Mentors and Mentees is filled with over 50:
The original booklet includes activities for
all ages while the updated booklet focuses
on middle school and high school.
Both PDFs are ready for print:
Updated Middle & High School Booklet