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Training Available on Mentoring in Juvenile Justice Settings

September 20, 2012

National Mentoring Partnership logoMENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership will conduct nationwide trainings for juvenile justice and mentoring professionals. Participants will learn about the advantages and challenges of and best practices for mentoring within or in partnership with the juvenile court, juvenile probation, juvenile detention, juvenile corrections, teen court/youth court, and dependency court. Content of these trainings is derived from the OJJDP-funded study, "Researching the Referral Stage of Youth Mentoring in Six Juvenile Justice Settings: An Exploratory Analysis."

Resources:

Visit MENTOR for training dates, locations, and registration information.

Access additional mentoring resources on OJJDP's mentoring resource page.