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More than 2000 links are organized into 25 categories.  Browse the categories and sub categories to find links to web sites with information you can use to build and sustain strong organizations helping youth move through school and into jobs and careers.  Some of the links point to older pages on some web sites. Click to the "home" page to find the most current information being shared. Look for social media links and connect with these organizations in social media. Look for the resource pages and visit sites that these organizations point to. This is a huge resource and it keeps growing. As you get to know what's here, by frequent visits,  it will grow in its value to you.

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Global Girl Media - Empowering Young Women
From the web site: "GlobalGirl Media (GGM) develops the voice and media literacy of teenage girls and young women, ages 14-22, in under-served communities by teaching them to create and share digital journalism designed to improve scholastic achievement, ignite community activism and spark social change. Through mentoring, training and access to a worldwide network of trans-media distribution partners, GlobalGirl Media harnesses the power of new digital media to empower young women to bring their often-overlooked perspectives onto the global media stage. By turning up the volume of girl’s voices globally, GlobalGirl Media seeks to promote freedom of expression and strengthen substantive journalism that addresses historically marginalized voices, while building self-esteem, leadership capacity, and 21st century skills. Founded in 2010, we are active in South Africa, Morocco, Kosovo, Chicago, Los Angeles and the Bay Area."

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Harlem Children's Zone, Inc. (New York)
From the web site: "Aimed at providing comprehensive, critical support to children and families and reweaving the very fabric of community life, the HCZ® Project began as a one-block pilot in the 1990s. With bold ambition, careful planning, and a strong infrastructure, we set out to address not just some but all of the issues children and families were facing within a finite geographic area: crumbling apartments, rampant drug use, failing schools, violent crime, and chronic health problems.

Building on the success of this early initiative, we launched a 10-year strategic plan in 2000, steadily and systematically expanding the depth and breadth of our programming to encompass 24 blocks, then 60 blocks, and ultimately 97 blocks. Today, the Children’s Zone® serves more than 10,000 youth and nearly 10,000 adults and our organization as a whole serves over 12,509 youth and 12,498 adults." View map at showing locations within Harlem.

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Harvard Mentoring Project -
In 1997, the Center for Health Communication of the Harvard School of Public Health launched a national media campaign to promote the growth of the mentoring movement with the goal of linking large numbers of young people with adult mentors. The January National Mentoring Month creates public awareness across the country for mentoring. The HMP site includes many ideas for increasing the number of mentoring programs and opportunities for youth.

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Higher Achievement Program focused on middle school youth
From the web site :"Higher Achievement closes the achievement gap by offering motivated middle school students from under-served areas an opportunity-rich, nationally recognized year-round educational and high school preparatory program. The program, held after school and during the summer, culminates in top high school placement. Each year, Higher Achievement helps almost 500 children achieve academic excellence. Grades improve, test scores improve, and academic behaviors are fostered through a program that works." Programs operate in Washington, DC, Baltimore, Richmond and Pittsburgh.

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From the web site: "The mission of iCouldBe is to provide at-risk middle and high school students with an online community of professional mentors, empowering teens to stay in school, plan for future careers, and achieve in life."

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IkamvaYouth - South Africa
From the web site: "IkamvaYouth equips learners from disadvantaged communities with the knowledge, skills, networks and resources to access tertiary education and/or employment opportunities once they matriculate. IkamvaYouth aims to increase the collective skill level of the population, to grow the national knowledge base, and to replicate success in more communities. A non-profit organisation (established in 2003 and formally registered in 2004) with branches in five provinces in South Africa, IkamvaYouth currently operates in the Western Cape, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, North West and the Eastern Cape. While learners enroll at IkamvaYouth when they are in grades 9, 10 and 11, the programme's success is ultimately determined by the number of grade 12 learners who access tertiary institutions and/or employment-based learning opportunities when they matriculate. Currently fewer than 10% of South African youth access higher education (SAIRR, 2009) of which only a fraction come from township or rural communities."

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Illinois Collaboration on Youth
From the web site: "The Illinois Collaboration on Youth is a collective voice for young people and community-based providers. By building the capacity of agencies that serve youth, we keep young people safe and healthy.

We work to strengthen the youth service system, and the provider community that serves youth, promoting services that improve outcomes for youth, and reduce their involvement in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems."

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iMentor - technology-enabled mentoring
From the web site: "iMentor's model harnesses the power of long-term, personal relationships to help students succeed. We partner with high schools in low-income communities, where a majority of students served will be first-generation college graduates. Each year, we recruit thousands of volunteers who commit to mentor a high school student for at least three years." Now with branches in New York,Chicago, Bay Area and Baltimore.

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Indo-Carribean Alliance youth program - NYC
From the web site: "In 2011, ICA launched the only mentoring program for young people in South Queens. We engaged experts from the social work field, education and youth development to create a one-on- one mentoring program that combines leadership cultivation, academic assistance and career exploration.
The Mentoring Program provides individual attention to students and recent immigrants by focusing on academic assistance, early-stage career planning and social development. We pair each student with a mentor who spends a minimum of 8 hours every month working on specific development goals. The curriculum is designed to encourage students to think critically about themselves and about some of the most pressing issues in the community."

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Innovations for Learning - connects elelmentary kids with e-tutors
From the web site: "Innovations for Learning is a nonprofit focused on improving reading instruction in the primary grades. Since 1993 we have pioneered using digital technology to connect teachers and students to a galaxy of resources to help students learn to read."

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Institute of Black Male Achievement
From the web site: "CBMA is the only organization that both supports local leaders on the ground while at the same time amplifying and catalyzing the movement for Black Male Achievement around the country. We are defining and building the future we want for ourselves today, where our brothers and sons are seen for the limitless assets they are. We measure our impact through the lens of High School Excellence."

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International Youth Foundation
IYF works with hundreds of companies, foundations, and civil society organizations to strengthen and "scale up" existing programs that are making a positive and lasting difference in young lives. Over the last decade, IYF and its in-country partners have helped more than 23 million young people gain access to the life skills, education, job training and opportunities critical to their success. Go to the Publications section for What Works in Engaging Business in Youth Employment and Livelihood Strategies  by Steve Waddell, Ph.D. 

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Iowa Mentoring Partnership
IMP supports youth mentoring throughout the state of Iowa.

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Jobs for Maine's Graduates (JMG)
From the web site: "JMG, a public/private partnership, was founded in 1993 as a dropout prevention program. As student needs have increased and the skills required to succeed in today’s workforce have evolved, JMG’s programming has evolved, as well, to include career preparation that reflects today’s job market, college transition skills, leadership opportunities, critical thinking, financial literacy, community service learning, and more. Initially for high school students, JMG now works with students as early as the sixth grade all the way through college graduation and careers. In addition to its core programs, JMG has developed hybrid and school-wide programs, which offer tailored JMG curriculum to a broader range of students."

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LA Team Mentoring
From the web site: "The Mission of Los Angeles Team Mentoring is to guide middle school students growing up in challenging urban environments in order to help them recognize and reach their full potential as members of our community. Through a school-based team approach to mentoring, young adolescents are given the tools and support necessary to make positive choices during a critical period in their lives."

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Literacenter Chicago - workspace focused on literacy organizations
Literacenter, which opened June 2015, is the country’s first shared nonprofit workspace focused exclusively on literacy organizations. It's also home to the Chicago Literacy Alliance. Visit the web site and learn more.

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Maps showing program and partner locations
Visit 'program locators' section of this web library to see how intermediaries are mapping program and partner information.

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Mass Mentoring Partnership
From the web site: "Mass Mentoring Partnership (MMP) is fueling the movement to expand empowering youth-adult relationships across Massachusetts. MMP serves more than 250 programs statewide supporting over 33,000 youth in quality relationships. We work with mentoring programs and youth development organizations to assess programmatic needs and organizational capacity to provide customized strategies that strengthen youth, families, and communities."

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Massachusetts Promise Fellowship
From the web site: "The Massachusetts Promise Fellowship at Northeastern University believes that all young people in the Commonwealth have a right to the resources they need to be successful in life, including a caring adult, a safe place, a healthy start, an effective education, and an opportunity to serve. We deliver these 5 promises to youth by training emerging leaders who commit one year of service to support and provide these needed resources to youth throughout the Commonwealth.

Each year, we place 40 AmeriCorps Promise Fellows at non-profit organizations, city agencies, and schools across the Commonwealth to lead out-of-school time programming for youth in grades 6-12 focused on mentoring, academic enrichment, and college and career exploration." Visit to read blog articles posted by members.

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Massachusetts Service Alliance
From the web site: "MSA promotes and supports service and volunteerism by investing public and private resources in community-based organizations that rely upon volunteers and people engaged in service to meet their community's needs. We administer the AmeriCorps State program for Massachusetts and the Commonwealth Corps program, as well as support for community service learning, and volunteer generation initiatives. We provide training and technical assistance to organizations to support their volunteer and service member management through one-on-one technical assistance, trainings and workshops throughout the year, and a bi-annual statewide conference on service and volunteerism."

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Mentor Colorado
From the web site: "Mentor Colorado was founded by a group of youth mentoring organizations in 2013 to improve collaboration within the mentoring sector and increase the number of quality youth mentoring relationship in Colorado.:

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MENTOR Illinois
Formed as Illinois Mentoring Partnership in 2011 and rebranded as MENTOR Illinois in Jan 2017. It's part of the national MENTOR network of partners focusing on helping mentoring programs grow in different cities and states.

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Mentor Michigan
From the web site: "Thousands of people are looking for ways to help others. Mentor Michigan harnesses that energy by supporting more than 250 mentoring organizations around the state - organizations that match caring adults with young people in need of role models."

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Mentor Services and Mentoring Organizations - Peer Resources archive web directory
Peer Resources, based in Canada, comped a directory of mentoring organizations and resources for more than 20 years. It ceased operation in 2018 and now is an archive. Use it in addition to this Tutor/Mentor Connection library.

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MENTOR, National Mentoring Partnership - Search for Programs
From the web site: "MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership (MENTOR) is the unifying champion for expanding quality youth mentoring relationships in the United States. For more than 25 years, MENTOR has served the mentoring field by providing a public voice; developing and delivering resources to mentoring programs nationwide; and promoting quality for mentoring through evidence-based standards, innovative research and essential tools. MENTOR has developed and supports a national network of affiliate Mentoring Partnerships that provide regional, state and local leadership and infrastructure necessary to support the expansion of quality mentoring relationships. Together, we engage with the private, public and nonprofit sectors to ensure that all youth have the support they need through mentoring relationships to succeed at home, school and, ultimately, work."

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