Tuesday, January 09, 2018 2:00 PM ~ 3:30 PM ET

One in three American young people will reach the age of 19 without having had a mentor of any kind. Mentoring relationships between a young person and a caring adult can provide guidance, support, and encouragement to develop the competence and character of the mentee. It is a critical program element under the WIOA youth program; however, it can be one of the most challenging elements to provide and maintain.


This webinar highlights how top U.S. businesses collaborate with the public and nonprofit sectors to connect youth to transformative mentoring relationships within their communities. We will discuss how local programs can make the case for offering mentoring to youth, and outline the values gained by the business and its employees. 

We will also look at how mentoring aligns with business priorities, the myriad of approaches that companies take to support programs and meet youths’ needs, and how companies leverage their strengths to maximize impact.

Invite your Employer Partners to join the Division of Youth Services and MENTOR for this very informative session that will be full of effective practices and tangible resources you can leverage immediately.


Maisha Meminger, Manpower Analyst, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Division of Youth Services

Dan Horgan, Senior Director, Corporate Engagement, MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership


Carolina Dominguez, Assistant Director, Americas Corporate Responsibility, EY

Linda Rodriguez, Head of The Fellowship Initiative & Program Officer for Youth Employment, JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Gail Gershon, Executive Director, Community Leadership, Gap Inc.

Matt Ybarra, Community Outreach Coordinator, General Motors