The Mentoring Connector is a freeservice that helps

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Toggle navigation MENTOR The National Mentoring PartnershipBecome a MentorAdvocateDonateShare Your StoryThe Mentoring Connector is a free volunteer referral service and the only database of its kind designed to help quality youth mentoring programs across the US recruit volunteer mentors. Programs meeting baseline quality standards as outlined in theElements of Effective Practice for Mentoring will be added to the publicly searchable referral database, and volunteers can search for mentoring opportunities by zip code, ages of youth served, and program type to find and contact programs of interest. In 2018, the Mentoring Connector was searched over 133,000 times! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to recruit new mentors by adding your mentoring program to the Mentoring Connector.

How to Submit Your Program

Youth mentoring programs meeting baseline quality standards as outlined in the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring will be added to the publicly searchable referral database. Programs that are not approved for public search due to not meeting baseline standards will remain in the database to inform aggregate data which is used by researchers, policy advocates, and ourAffiliates to inform the national conversation about the importance of youth mentoring in the US. These were curated from the FAQs we received from users. If you did not find the information you needed in the videos, please contact Shylana Romanwith the subject line “Connector Training” to schedule a one on one training on the Mentoring Connector. For new Affiliate Administrators, please email with the subject line “New Affiliate Admin Training”.

The Mentoring Connector Mentoring Connector is the only national database of mentoring programs. The Mentoring Connector is a freeservice that helps quality youth mentoring programs across the country recruit more local volunteers while greatly increasing visibility for their organizations. Anyone interested in becoming a mentor can search for mentoring opportunities by zip code, ages of youth served, and program type to find and contact programs that interest them. Each year, potential volunteers looking for mentoring opportunities do more than 80,000 searches in this system. Our national partners at the NBA, the White House’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative, and others use this database on their websites to recruit volunteer mentors.

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