Conference Workshop Documents

THURSDAY DETAILS

 

Breakfast Plenary Presentation: 9:00 am – 10:00 am

 

Healing the Heart of the Community with Patricia Moore Harbour, Ed.D., Center for Quality Education and Break Through Coaching

  

Morning 2.5 Hour Workshop Sessions: 10:05 am – 12:30 pm

 

ALL DAY SESSION – Mentoring 101: Reaching for the Top, Striving to Become a Gold Medal Program with Stephanie Inyama and Stacey Savelle, CARS

Community Educators: Educating and Developing Youth with Patricia Moore Harbour, Center for Quality Education, and Becky Cooper, Friends for Youth

SAFE Training: Prioritizing Youth Safety with Research-Based Screening Practices with Sarah Kremer, Friends for Youth, and Clara Carter, Management Consultant Services

 

Morning 75-Minute Workshop Sessions: 10:05 am – 11:15 am

 

Effective Match Supervision with Donnovan Karber, Christian Association of Youth Mentoring

Mentoring as a Profession with Gary Clemons, Friends of the Children

 

Morning 75-Minute Workshop Sessions: 11:20 am – 12:30 pm

 

Targeted Mentor Recruitment Strategies with Heather Hicks, The Buddy Program 

Using Digital Media to Build Community, Create Space to Reflect, and Evaluate Your Program with Ellen Mahoney, Sea Change Mentoring

 

Lunch Plenary Presentation: 12:40 pm – 1:50 pm

 

The Role of Mentoring in Interrupting the School-to-Prison Pipeline with James Anderson, Anti-Recidivism Coalition, and Roger Jarjoura, American Institutes for Research

 

Afternoon 2.5 Hour Workshop Sessions: 2:00 – 4:25 pm

 

CONTINUING – Mentoring 101: Reaching for the Top, Striving to Become a Gold Medal Program with Stephanie Inyama and Stacey Savelle, CARS

 

The Secret to Empowering Girls: Psst… It’s Not a Secret with Tanya Beat, Tanya Beat Coaching

BRIDGE to Adulthood: Mentoring Strategies for Older Youth with Tommy McClam and Kelly Belmonte, YouthBuild USA

Recruiting Black and Latino Mentors: Target Marketing and Lessons Learned with Brian Sales

 

Afternoon 75-Minute Workshop Sessions: 2:00 pm – 3:10 pm

 

Closing the Generational Gap: Promoting Intergenerational Understanding with Clara Carter, Management Consultant Services

 

Afternoon 75-Minute Workshop Sessions: 3:15 pm – 4:25 pm

 

The Diana Screen®: An Effective Screening Tool to Reduce Boundary Violations and Sexual Risk to Children and Teens with Whitney Gabriel, Abel Screening, Inc. 


FRIDAY DETAILS

 

Breakfast Plenary Presentation: 9:00 am – 10:00 am

 

Opening Up Mentoring Conversations About Important Difficult Conversations with Debra Chasnoff, GroundSpark

Morning 2.5 Hour Workshop Sessions: 10:05 am – 12:30 pm

 

You Can Do More: Research and Resources to Better Serve LGBTQ Youth in Your Mentoring Program with Christian Rummell, American Institutes for Research

 

Training New Mentors with Judy Taylor, CARS

Preparing to Mentor Adjudicated Youth with Clara Carter, Management Consultant Services

  

Mentoring Youth Who May Have Experienced Trauma with Laurie Vargas and Leslie Hu, San Francisco Unified School District Mentoring for Success

Morning 75-Minute Workshop Sessions: 10:05 am – 11:15 am

 

Youth Initiated Mentoring: Teaching Youth to Identify, Recruit, and Draw Upon Adult Support with Sarah Schwartz and Stella Kanchewa, Center for Evidenced Based Mentoring

Morning 75-Minute Workshop Sessions: 11:20 am – 12:30 pm

 

Teaching and Advocacy in Mentoring: Emerging Practices of the OJJDP Mentoring Enhancement Demonstration Program with Tom Keller and Kay Logan, Portland State University

 

Lunch Keynote Presentation: 12:40 pm – 1:50 pm

 

How to Culturally Tailor Mentoring Programs to Better Serve Youth of Color with Bernadette Sanchez, Ph.D.

Afternoon 2.5 Hour Workshop Sessions: 2:00 – 4:25 pm

 

Tools and Tips for Developing Group Mentoring with Jerry Sherk, CARS

Empowering Mentees for Successful Matches with Dustianne North, CARS

Results of Law Enforcement and Community Based Organization Transformative Mentoring Program with John Ducksworth, Fedcap Rehabilitative Services, Inc. and Rosanne Placencia-Knepper, Community Connections for Youth

 

Panel: Clinton Lacey, Assistant Deputy of Probation, New York City; L. Reed, Probation Officer New York City; Darren Collins, mentor; and Phillip Richards and Dejohn Smith, mentees

 

Afternoon 75-Minute Workshop Sessions: 2:00 pm – 3:10 pm

 

How to Evaluate the Impact of Mentoring: A Case Study with Armando Jinich, Maria Garza, and David Moreno, Peraj Mexico

Dreams Can Come True: Planning for Life After High School with Your Mentor by Your Side with Amy Cannata, Education Northwest 

 

Afternoon 75-Minute Workshop Sessions: 3:15 pm – 4:25 pm

 

A Research Study of Check & Connect, A Mentoring Program with Nicole Fabrikant, Darcy Cabral, and Carl Sumi, SRI International

Engaging STEM Professionals as Mentors: Training and Supporting Corporate Volunteers with Camile Stone and Gavin Nesom, We Teach Science

FFY Short Description

Transforming the lives of at-risk youth through the power of mentoring