What's Happening in Mentoring – March 2015 Newsletter

March 2015 – AMP Newsletter

In this issue

  • Developing a Quality Community-Based Mentoring Program
  • National Mentoring Resource Center
  • Newest AMP Partner
  • “Everyone has the potential to be a mentor.”
  • New Research

 Developing a Quality Community-Based Mentoring Program

Quality mentoring is mentoring that produces significant, lasting, positive outcomes for mentees; it is responsible, ethical, effective mentoring.
Mentoring programs come in all shapes and sizes, but there are some key components that help to ensure quality and that the needs of the mentee, volunteer mentor, organization and community are fulfilled.
In order to create a quality mentoring program, the Alberta Mentoring Partnership has a toolkit, which identifies the key steps to support the development and implementation for a community-based mentoring program.
Click here to learn more about developing a quality community-based mentoring program

Developing a Community Based Mentoring program

National Mentoring Resource Center

National Mentoring Resource Center

The National Mentoring Resource Center was launched in November of 2014 through a partnership between the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership is the U.S.
The resource center serves as a comprehensive and reliable resource for mentoring tools and information, as well as program and training materials, and technical assistance.
On the new National Mentoring Resource Center in the U.S you will find:

Visit the National Mentor Resource Center here

Newest AMP Partner

AMP welcomes our newest partner, Futurpreneur

Futurpreneur Canada
Futurpreneur Canada has been fuelling the entrepreneurial passions of Canada’s young enterprise for nearly two decades. They are the only national, non-profit organization that provides financing, mentoring and support tools to aspiring business owners aged 18-39. Their internationally recognized mentoring program hand matches young entrepreneurs with a business expert from a network of more than 2,800 volunteer mentors
Welcome to you from everyone at AMP!

“Everyone has the potential to be a mentor.”

Everyone has the potential to be a mentor
Video: Sarah Chan is a First Generation Canadian, Mother, Big Sister and Edmonton’s First Lady

Take part in the #MentoringMoments campaign and show your support by helping promote mentorship and its importance for all Albertans.Share any of these inspirational video clips on social media using the hashtag #MentoringMoments and let all Albertans know that “everyone has the potential to be a mentor”.

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