Trouble coming up with things to do with your mentee? Run a race, visit a farmers market, make ice cream, and more!
SCFD has a great online calendar with all sorts of free activities throughout Denver. Check it out!
This helpful guide lays out the typical progression of mentoring relationships and can help mentors understand their experiences at each stage.
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Looking for a quality resource with your mentee and the mentoring relationship in mind? Take a look at this series of six Bible studies, complete with background and activities to introduce mentees to Christianity.
Save Our Youth takes a primarily developmental approach to mentoring, emphasizing interactions that grow and maintain the relationship. This link provides further background and a helpful chart from Search Institute, based on its research into what helps kids develop well.
These flashcards provide mentors concrete ways to help mentees develop the fundamental 5 C's of positive youth development, provided by MENTOR and Lerner, Brittian, and Fay.
Not sure how to handle money, gifts, or outings in your mentoring relationship? This graphic provides a brief look at the topic and some considerations for your mentoring.
Healthy relationships require observance of individual boundaries. Mentoring relationships are no different, and this graphic offers brief insights into how boundaries play an important role in the safety and growth of the mentee.
This article from Westword tells the story of one family whose journey eventually caused them to cross paths with Save Our Youth. Read their inspiring path toward healing and wholeness.