Are you new to youth mentoring and wondering what you need to know to get started? This workshop, founded on MENTOR™, the national partnership’s evidence-based Elements of Effective Practice, will provide you with the practical tools and basic knowledge on how to build a quality mentoring relationship. Great for new mentors or those who have just begun their mentoring experience!
RUSD Administrative BuildingLincoln Room, Academic Complex3109 Mt Pleasant StreetRacine, Wisconsin 53404262-595-3340
UW-Parkside Center for Community Partnerships
20 (13 remaining)
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