Thank you!

The 2016 National Mentoring Symposium was a tremendous success. Thank you to all who attended and who were able to contribute to this nation wide conference, you may find highlights from the previous Mentoring Symposiums below.

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.

NMS 2016 Video

A Big Thank You To Our Sponsors

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National Mentoring Symposium 2013

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Photos from the 2013 National Mentoring Symposium

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Keynote Videos from the National Mentoring Symposium 2013

November 5 – 7, 2013

Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta

It’s About Inspiring Lives

The Alberta Mentoring Partnership (AMP) was proud to be working together with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada (BBBSC) to co-host the first national conference on mentoring. This symposium celebrated 100 years of mentoring across Canada by showcasing innovative mentoring partnerships, practices, programs and research and by setting the stage for mentoring in the future. The event advanced the unique contributions of mentoring to the well-being of children and youth, volunteer mentors and communities across Canada by highlighting innovative partnerships, promising practices or programs and the state of the research.

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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.

NMS 2016

was a tremendous success. Check out what happened.

SEE HIGHLIGHTS

from the previous National Mentoring Symposiums