Mentor Moments

Opportunity for youth is self created, but it is also fostered by parents, caregivers, community, and nations. In the Mentor Moments posts, we hear from people who are working with youth or for youth and have the mission of improving youth wellbeing and opportunity.

As a youth mentor, you may be a parent who has worked hard to foster opportunity in your child, a person working for a community organization the runs youth employment programs, or a person working working for a large international organization running global programs focused on youth wellbeing and opportunity.

I invite you to fill in the form below. Your contribution will be formatted and posted on this blog, Youth and Opportunity, with the category of Mentor Moments. In addition to the text fields, there are fields for uploading files. Please upload photos that showcase your youth community or program, or a page from a slide deck that is informative of youth wellbeing and opportunity that you foster.

Thank you for your contributions! Don’t forget to click SUBMIT at the end of the form!

Tell us what your job role (or parenting or community role) is, and which organization you work for to do this.
Which country or countries do you deliver this mentoring?
Please let me know if you would like your email address to be public, or if it just so the blog author (Jocelyn) can communicate with you.
Tell us in 150 words or so what your mission is and how it relates to youth wellbeing and opportunity.
As I start this blog, I want to know from you as you have been working with youth, what do you think the discussion of youth and opportunity should include?
Please let us know who took the photo, or who prepared the slide.
Please let us know who took the photo, or who prepared the slide.
Please let us know who took the photo, or who prepared the slide.
If you select no, then this material will not be uploaded on the blog.
Is there anything you would like to tell me? Material in this section will not be published as part of the post.