Surveys / Assessments
- Mentee Referral Form – Hamilton Fish Institute & NWREL
- Match Closure Summary Form – Hamilton Fish Institute & NWREL
- Mentee Exit Survey – Hamilton Fish Institute & NWREL
- Mentor Exit Survey – Hamilton Fish Institute & NWREL
- Mentor's Monthly Report - MENTOR/National Mentoring Partnership
- Parent/Guardian Exit Survey - Hamilton Fish Institute & NWREL
- The Youth Survey: Measuring the Quality of Mentor-Youth Relationships
The purpose of mentoring is to improve young people’s academic achievement, self-esteem, social competence, and avoidance of problem/high-risk behaviors by providing a relationship with a caring adult who works to help them achieve their potential or learn a skill. The focus of outcomes for this program is targeted toward youth as the primary recipients of services, not mentors. Programs occur either at a designated site or facility (site-based) or at various locations deemed mutually convenient by participants (field-based). There are many types of mentoring, and this content is related primarily to developmental, community-based mentoring for youth.
Questions your program should answer:
- Are You Reaching the Young People You Intend to Serve?
- Do Youth Experience Enduring, High Quality Mentoring Relationships?
- Do Program Services Promote High Quality Matches?
By Urban Institute
Definition adapted from Urban Institute and The Center for What Works