Resources

Here are some general mentoring resources that you may find useful.

The Kinship Mentoring Framework Group Session Facilitator’s Guide reflects the lessons learned during the Seventh Generation National Tribal Mentoring Program, a project that used culturally specific mentoring to guidecourt-involved and at-risk... Read more about this resource
This PowerPoint presentation includes the second half of a presentation made by Shari Kessel Schneider at the 7th Generation Peer Learning Circle on March 26, 2014. In her presentation, Ms. Schneider discussed mentorship and its relationship to... Read more about this resource
This PowerPoint presentation includes the first half of a presentation made by Shari Kessel Schneider at the 7th Generation Peer Learning Circle on March 26, 2014. In her presentation, Ms. Schneider discussed mentorship and its relationship to... Read more about this resource
The publication links mentoring to significant life outcomes for youth and highlights a substantial gap that exists in America: one in three young people will reach adulthood without having a mentor. A nationally representative survey of youth... Read more about this resource
The goal of the website The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring is to encourage active dialogue around evidence-based practice in youth mentoring in ways that improve the practice of youth mentoring. Features include The Research Corner: a blog... Read more about this resource
The Circle of Life from the Office of Minority of Health is based on the medicine wheel, a powerful teaching symbol about mental, physical, spiritual, and emotional wellness. It is a holistic health promotion model to help students learn about... Read more about this resource
This form is for mentors to record their monthly activities with their youth, as well as their mileage and reimbursements for those activities every month.
Please use this log when recording your activities and mileage.  If you have any questions, ask your Tribal Mentoring Specialist.
This fact sheet from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) provides information on the following topics: Historical issues related to American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) data Sources of data on AI/AN populations Challenges with state,... Read more about this resource
This fact sheet from the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC) provides information on the following topics: Historical issues related to American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) data Sources of data on AI/AN populations Challenges with state,... Read more about this resource
Prepared and designed by Cortney Yarholar of the Suicide Prevention Resource Center (SPRC), this PowerPoint presentation focuses on suicide prevention strategies for Tribal youth.   This resource was featured in the Peer Learning Circle (PLC) for... Read more about this resource
Compiled by high school counselor Rosie Dayzie (Navajo), this booklet provides an extensive list of scholarship information, helpful tips, and post-secondary education funding resources for Native American students.
This article by Jean E. Rhodes and David L. DuBois in the publication Current Directions in Psychological Science discusses mentoring relationships and programs for youth. ABSTRACT: Mentoring is one of the most popular social interventions in... Read more about this resource
This article from the Native American Times gives an overview of the 7th Generation Mentoring Program, how it was started, the curriculum it utilizes, and which tribes are currently participating. It focuses on the Ponca Tribe in Oklahoma,... Read more about this resource
This PowerPoint gives a brief introduction to the 7th Generation Program, including its history, goals, and function. The basic organization of the program, including who is eligible to participate, how mentors are recruited, potential activities,... Read more about this resource

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