Annotated Bibliography: Mentor-Youth Relationships4 years ago 4 years ago
This annotated bibliography was developed by Pathways to Education.
HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY:
This annotated bibliography presents a plain language overview of seminal studies on mentor-youth relationships (both formal and natural), with a particular emphasis on studies that help to understand how to foster strong mentor-youth relationships.
The aim of this annotated bibliography is not to offer an exhaustive and comprehensive collection of all relevant studies. Instead, we present a modest introduction, designed for those seeking an overview of this complex topic, a refresher, or a resource upon which to build more detailed and nuanced knowledge.
This document was developed for professionals who contribute to the wellbeing and development of youth. This includes those who work directly with youth, such as mentors, educators, child and youth workers, social workers, and front-line staff in school-based and out-of-school youth programs. This resource will also be of interest to those who work indirectly with or for youth: youth mentoring program managers, school administrators, or youth researchers.
This bibliography emerged from our own internal research on youth mentoring, conducted in the context of program measurement, improvement, and impact assessment efforts. It has helped Pathways to Education Canada better understand this complex field and translate our knowledge into effective programming for youth furthest from opportunities. We share it here in the hopes that it will have similar impact in other youth-serving programs.
Pathways to Education. (2017). Annotated Bibliography: Mentor-Youth Relationships. Toronto, ON: Author.
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