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Joe and Robin
As a young inner-city child in a single-parent household, Joe was one of many young people facing an opportunity gap – as he describes it, “the odds were …
Christina and Elaine
Elaine met Christina when she was in the first grade, 17 years ago. Christina was incredibly shy and anxious. Elaine, who never had a daughter, wasn’t sure how Christina might respond to …
Every Young Person Who Needs A Mentor Should Have One
MENTOR Virginia is an anchor organization that promotes effective youth mentoring by increasing the capacity and sustainability of mentoring programs, and providing resources to support the mentoring field throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia.
MENTOR Virginia’s mission is to partner with youth mentoring programs to help grow their impact because high quality mentoring transforms lives and strengthens Virginia communities.
Who do you turn to? 9 million young people in America are growing up without an answer to this question. They make everyday choices that lead up to life’s big decisions without enough guidance and support – the kind most of us count on. Every young person should have someone to turn to.
In the News
AmeriCorps Week is March 8th-14th! MENTOR Virginia has been celebrating by featuring one of our VISTA Members each day on our Facebook page, spotlighting the incredible work that they are doing to build capacity for our partner mentoring programs across Virginia. We...
2019 was a big year for MENTOR Virginia! Not only did we say goodbye to Elizabeth Bass, our Executive Director since 2013, we also changed our name from Virginia Mentoring Partnership to MENTOR Virginia. Throughout these transitions, we remained committed to the...
In 2019, MENTOR Virginia asked mentoring programs across the state to complete a survey with the goal of developing a snapshot of trends, needs, and challenges of mentoring in Virginia’s communities. One section of the survey asked programs to self-report how...