So after giving you a list of what teens are looking for in mentors, I thought it might be useful (and fair) to provide some resources for those of you who are, or have the potential, to be in a mentoring relationship with teens.
MENTORs affiliate Mentoring Partnerships are the leading state and local catalysts for mentoring. They work collaboratively to mobilize their communities to action by equipping program managers, training mentors, galvanizing leadership and promoting our national quality standards.
Resources for Mentoring Programs A Guide for Mentors: This mentor guide provides information and guidance on how to incorporate healthy eating and physical activity into a mentormentee relationship. implementing and evaluating a quality teen mentoring program. The ABCs of SchoolBased Mentoring: