MENTOR Independence Region

Mochas & Mentoring – Oct 30

Posted on October 8, 2019

Mentors are critical resources for mentoring programs. Not enough mentors often means fewer opportunities for the youth involved in our programs. Low mentor retention means a larger investment of time and money in recruitment year after year.  But with limited budgets and limited capacity, how do we focus our efforts on the methods and tools needed to efficiently recruit and sustain great mentors? What motivates people to volunteer and how do we tap into those motivations? And how does mentor recruitment look different across mentoring models (I.e. one-to-one mentoring, group mentoring, team mentoring, or peer mentoring)?

Join MENTOR Independence Region at our next FREE Mochas & Mentoring event for a conversation on best practices and new ideas in recruitment! Hear from expert mentoring recruiter Elizabeth Caldarola, a 14-year veteran of Big Brothers Big Sisters! Bring your own ideas, experiences, and resources to the discussion. Have some coffee and meet some new people. We’ll cover it all at Mochas & Mentoring!

REGISTER TODAY FOR THIS FREE EVENT! Space is limited!

Location: MENTOR Independence Region, 123 South Broad Street, Suite 1050, Philadelphia PA 19109
Date & Time: October 30, 2019 from 8:30-10 am (we start promptly at 9 am!)

Learn more & Register here!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mochas-mentoring-recruiting-mentors-tickets-64177159612

About Mochas & Mentoring: This is a free event series where folks interested in mentoring can come together, drink some coffee, learn something new, and have a dialogue about what matters to youth, their families and MENTORING! Save the date for future MOCHAS & MENTORING conversations: December 12th from 8:30 -10 am! 2020 dates coming soon!


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