iMentor Presents at the 2013 National Mentoring Summit in Washington, D.C.

January 2, 2013 - 12:15pm

iMentor is proud to be a supporting organization at the third annual National Mentoring Summit, convened by MENTOR: the National Mentoring Partnership, in Washington, D.C. this January 24 and 25. As part of National Mentoring Month, iMentor will be joining more than 650 leading youth development organizations and civic, corporate, government, and philanthropic leaders who will come together at the Summit to share best practices, examine new research, exchange ideas, and discuss innovative developments in the field of youth mentoring.

iMentor’s own CEO Mike O’Brien and Managing Director of iMentor Interactive Adrienne Kupper will each be presenting on panels at the two-day event to share what makes iMentor’s college success program as successful as it is in New York City—and explain how we’re leveraging that results-driven model to help youth in 12 other states receive the mentorship they need to get into and graduate from college through our partnerships with 15 nonprofit organizations this year.

Hosted by the Corporation for National and Community Service, the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the Harvard School of Public Health, United Way Worldwide, and nearly 20 partner organizations, this important event provides mentoring organizations from across the country with the opportunity to convene, collaborate, learn from each other’s successes, and leverage new, innovative approaches to enhance mentoring opportunities for more of America’s young people.

We look forward to collaborating with corporate, government, nonprofit, and philanthropic leaders in the effort to further national mentoring outcomes at the 2013 National Mentoring Summit!

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