Tag Archives: National Mentoring Month

How Mentorship Can Change Our Economic Future

OSF Team/ January 24, 2019/ K-12 Education, Post Secondary

Guest Blog: Todd Lopez | Director, Inspire Santa Fe | January 24, 2019 Most young people have never had a mentor and, as a society, too often we leave the opportunity for mentoring relationships to chance. City of Santa Fe Mayor Alan Webber has embarked on a bold goal. Within four years, the City has pledged to provide an adult mentor

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National Mentoring Month Reflections

OSF Team/ February 7, 2018/ Disconnected Youth, Early Childhood Education, K-12 Education

Sarah Cheney, AmeriCorps VISTA | February 7, 2018 January, what a month! It’s the start of the new year, we’re all back from vacations, rested (hopefully) and ready to get back to work. I started the month diving headfirst into the National Mentoring Month campaign. It was exciting, it was fun, it was stressful, but most of all it was rewarding.

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MLK Day: A Day On, Not a Day Off

OSF Team/ January 8, 2018/ K-12 Education/ 1 comments

Ellie Hoffman, AmeriCorps VISTA | January 11, 2018 On January 15th, our nation will celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. One of the many legacies Dr. King left was that of service to others. He believed “An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” To honor Dr. King, the

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Mentoring Movement Gains Momentum

OSF Team/ January 13, 2017/ K-12 Education, Post Secondary/ 0 comments

By: Molly Timmins | January 13, 2017 ​ Year Starts off with a surge in mentoring with a supercharged VISTA behind the wheel.January sees the launch of the Santa Fe Mentoring and Tutoring Collaborative (SFMTC), formerly the CONNECT Collaborative Working Group of the Birth to Career Collaboration, a collective impact initiative supported by the Santa Fe Community Foundation. Its mission is

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