COVID-19 Update on In-Person Mentoring:
In response to the Vermont Department of Health’s updated guidelines on multihousehold gatherings on March 12, 2021, MENTOR Vermont is lifting its recommendation that all youth mentoring programs in Vermont pause all in-person mentoring. We have created an updated COVID Guidance document that you can access here to help your program decide if, when, and how to resume in-person mentoring.
For other resources for programs and mentors, visit our regularly updated COVID-19 Resources Page.
Click HERE to view an overview of MENTOR Vermont’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Funding Opportunity for Mentoring Programs:
Thanks to an additional $50,000 grant through the VT COVID-19 Response Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation, MENTOR Vermont is able to offer a new quick response funding opportunity for current 2020-2021 Vermont Mentoring Grants awardees. The deadline for proposals has been extended to Wednesday, March 17, and full details and the application can be found on our funding page for the grants.
Every young person in Vermont has the supportive mentoring relationships they need to grow and develop into thriving, productive, and engaged adults.
To provide resources and support to youth mentoring programs in Vermont so they can meet the needs of young people in their communities.
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Relationships matter. Make a connection with a young person in your community. A powerful mentoring relationship can change lives. It can change yours.Learn About Mentoring
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