During these unprecedented times, we are finding creative ways to support our community of mentors in all ways possible. We are thankful for our continued partnership with Mentoring.org and their continued support of our work with the students.
You can check out their latest resources and activities here:
A message from Mentoring.org:
As a movement committed to relationships and proximity, we are thinking deeply about what the COVID-19 pandemic means for youth mentoring relationships and ensuring they are sustained in ways that are intentional and safe. While we continue to monitor information from health experts, we also want to use our platform to be responsive and to share tips from a relationship lens that you as programs, mentors, and caring adults can bear in mind as you show up – however that looks – for the young people in your lives and the wide range of program models and considerations that exist in this diverse and dynamic field. We know there is an abundance of information out there so below we have provided a few resources that we hope are helpful.