Convened by MENTOR (The National Mentoring Partnership), the Corporation for National and Community Service, the Harvard School of Public Health, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, and United Way Worldwide, this summit will bring together 700 practitioners, researchers, government and civic leaders, and representatives from corporate partners, national organizations serving youth, and the network of Mentoring Partnerships to explore and advance the positive impact of mentoring on individuals and communities. This year’s theme is “Mentoring Works” and will focus on how quality, evidence-based mentoring relationships help young people succeed at home, in school, and at work. To register, click here.
Date: January 30-31, 2014
Location: Arlington, VA