Youth Mentoring

About the Connecticut Mentoring Partnership

The Connecticut Mentoring Partnership, established in 1998, provides leadership, resources and training to over 150 mentoring programs serving 12,000 youth throughout the state. A state partnership of MENTOR/National Mentoring Partnership, we partner with schools, businesses, community and faith-based organizations to safeguard that children are involved in safe, quality mentoring relationships, while building and sustaining a strong base of leaders and key stakeholders committed to mentoring.

While we’ve already made great progress, many more mentors, especially men and minorities, are needed.  

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Juvenile Justice Mentoring Forum

Mentoring Forum Slides April 28,2015

Juvenile Justice Mentoring Network Evaluation


Connecticut Mentoring Partnership Monthly Newsletter

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter April 2017

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter February 2017

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter December 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter November 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter October 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter September 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter August 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter June 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter May 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter April 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter March 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter February 2016

Mentoring's Impact and Innovation Newsletter January 2016