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What if we all decided to turn up our impact?

What if you could make a difference in someone's life while enriching your own?

What if all it took was saying yes?

It is not about being a perfect role model, it is about showing. Your effort, your time, it means more than you know. Seemingly ordinary moments evolve into something extraordinary.

Mentoring amplifies change, one relationship at a time. Seeing the world through each other's eyes, two hearts open and two lives are changed forever. Join the mentoring movement.

Together, we can expand opportunity and transform perspectives. So let us raise our voices to amplify possibility, connections, explorations, joy, community and change. Because together we can make the world a place of opportunity for all.

 

 

 

MISSION

Mentor Kansas provides a network of support and resources, equipping Kansas programs to build thriving mentoring relationships.

VISION

Every Young Kansan developing into a successful, productive, engaged adult.

OUR STORY

Mentor Kansas is a champion for expanding quality youth mentoring relationships across the state. Founded by the passion and vision of Coach Bill Snyder, Mentor Kansas has lead initiatives that strengthened youth outcomes through mentoring. For 15 years, these initiatives provided resources to mentoring programs across the state through grant opportunities, connecting mentoring programs to each other and promoting quality mentoring through evidence-based standards and tools for new and existing programs. We collaborate with other mentoring programs to ensure that all youth have the support they need through mentoring relationships to succeed.

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Amplify Connection

Topic: EEPM Standard 3: Training

When: Wednesday, April 21, from 10:30 - 11:30 am

What: The Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring Standard 3 focuses on the importance of onboarding and training volunteers. This standard aims to ensure that mentoring programs are prepared and able to fully commit to their volunteer position to meet the needs of the youth served.

Who: Join Meg Pearson, Deputy Director of the Kansas Volunteer Commission, creator S.T.E.A.M United Youth and the former Director with Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters, in a discussion about the importance of providing mentors with expectations though effective onboarding and training practices.

Register HERE!

 

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