MENTOR FIELD GUIDE - THE MENTORING PROJECT PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT

The Mentoring Project (TMProject) exists to rewrite the fatherless story through mentoring. We recruit and train mentors to show up for fatherless and at-risk kids via our live REWRITE Mentor Training Experience in communities across the globe. TMProject also functions as a community-based mentoring program in Oklahoma City.

Over the years we have come to realize there are several individuals and groups that share our heart for the fatherless generation, and they want to make a difference. For those outside of our immediate live training experiences and programming opportunities we have created the #MentorFieldGuide.

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The #TMProjectMentorFieldGuide was designed to be a pocket reference for you to help with your mentoring relationship. These mentoring principles can be broadly applied, used with a parenting relationship, with a community-based mentor match, or even with friends.

The main objectives of this #TMProjectMentorFieldGuide are to:

  1. Establish your commitment to be a mentor

  2. Provide tools to equip and sustain you as a mentor

The Mentor Field Guide outlines how to engage by building trust and how to be effective as a mentor. Pick up this guide to learn what it means to rewrite the fatherless story through mentoring, dive deeper into our relational mentoring model, and even how to mentor within specific contexts (i.e. foster care, literacy programs, in the urban core).

It is our belief that existing mentoring relationships will be enhanced by this resource, and we expect those on the verge will be confident and ready to begin a mentoring relationship by the time the last page is turned.

We are all mentoring someone, whether we realize it or not. Get your Mentor Field Guide today and become the best mentor you can be.

Mentor Field Guide Testimonials:

“I sat down and read it straight through. I really liked the specifics geared toward mentoring foster and inner city. I see a lot of concepts from the inner city chapter that could also apply to lower socio-economic rural kids. All in all, it was very informative.” Derek (Mentor)

“This is our second class of mentors and second year using The Mentor Field Guide. Reading through it again…has made it all the more valuable, relevant, and useful. Love it!” @nolongerfatherless (TMProject Mentor Link Organization)

To purchase The Mentoring Project's Mentor Field Guide and to view a variety of other resources provided by TMProject, please visit our website store. If you have questions about any of these resources you can reach out to us via email - advocate@thementoringproject.org.

Long live mentoring!

Team TMProject

Note - The Mentoring Project’s Mentor Field Guide can be purchased in a variety of formats (via the individual mentor toolkit, or in quantities of 5 or 10. The Mentor Field Guide is an excellent stand-alone resource. However, the contents are enhanced and supplemented when paired with The Mentoring Project’s #TMProjectMentorToolkit.