Whether you want to make a difference in the life of a child, connect with a mentoring organization near you, or strengthen your mentoring programs for kids, we can help. We combine innovative ideas with tools that we know work to make mentoring a positive factor in children’s lives.
The Alberta Mentoring Partnership (AMP) is a network of community mentoring agencies, government and youth working together to raise the profile of mentoring in Alberta. We exist to help schools and mentoring agencies meet the needs of the children and youth they serve.
By providing access to mentoring resources and toolkits, training materials, and research, AMP builds the capacity of school and agency partners to deliver great mentorship programming.
Young people thrive through mentoring relationships.
Working together to strengthen Alberta’s capacity to support and enhance mentoring.
Meet our Leadership Team
AMP’s Leadership Team is made up of a wide range of government ministries, non-profit community agencies, and service organizations working together to develop and implement strategies to help ensure every child and youth in Alberta who needs a mentor has access to one.
Community & Youth
Boys & Girls Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Edmonton and Area
ALIGN – Association of Community Services
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Calgary and Area
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada
Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta
Alberta Teachers Association
Youth and Volunteer Centre of Red Deer
Alberta Centre for Child, Family & Community Research (ACCFCR)
We are connected to mentoring programs across Alberta.
The Alberta Mentoring Partnership is proud to connect mentors and mentees with mentoring organizations across Alberta, so they can benefit from access to useful resources. See the full listing of partners!
Engage with your mentoring community!
The National Mentoring Symposium is a Canada-wide conference that strives to advance the unique contributions of mentoring to the well-being of children and youth, volunteer mentors and communities. Key highlights of the 2016 Symposium include innovative partnerships, promising practices, unique programs, and leading research.
for the 2016 National Mentoring Symposium!