Everyday Mentor

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There are over 25 million mentors in America working with youth. Everyday Mentor offers resources to help mentors support youth's academic success, emotional and physical health, and other key areas of their lives.

Everyday Mentor takes evidence-based findings in youth mentoring and translates them into practical insights and everyday tactics that are easy to understand and use, giving everyday mentors confidence to mentor effectively. Topics include:

  • Academics
  • Emotional and physical health
  • Sexual health
  • "Tough stuff"
  • Social media
  • Teen life

Everyday Mentor also offers tips for mentors on key skills, such as setting boundaries and keeping promises, as well as helpful research on trending topics like adolescent brain development, eating disorders, and more.

Access research, mentoring advice, and other resources on Everyday Mentor's website.

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Thursday, 6 June 2019
Webinar Announcement 2:00-3:30pm Eastern / 1:00-2:30pm Central / 12:00-1:30pm Mountain / 11:00am-12:30pm Pacific As evidence on community-level approaches to domestic and sexual violence prevention continues to emerge, practitioners are learning how physical spaces play a role in shaping social connections, behaviors and motivations that influence the likelihood of violence. Join PreventConnect in this discussion on how to leverage these learnings to transform physical spaces for prevention.
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