PPV released its final publication, Making the Most of Youth Mentoring: A Guide for Funders. The mentoring field has grown and diversified immensely since P/PV's landmark 1995 random-assignment study of community-based mentoring. There are now thousands of mentoring programs, as well as many multi-service initiatives that incorporate elements of mentoring, across the country. With support from The Pinkerton Foundation, P/PV summarized key research in the mentoring field to help funders invest their mentoring resources where they can have the most impact. The resulting guide outlines: tips for determining which organizations have the capacity to implement strong mentoring programs; tips for recognizing high-quality mentoring programs; and tips for making the most of six common approaches (community-based mentoring, school-based mentoring, group or team mentoring, cross-age peer mentoring, e-mentoring, and paid mentoring).
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