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CEBM Short Course Archive

The Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring (CEBM) hosts Short Courses to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners and policy makers to delve deeply into special topics pertaining to the field of youth mentoring. All expert lectures are recorded and made available to the general public as a free educational resource. Please visit the CEBM website at umbmentoring.org and our Wordpress blog at chronicle.umbmentoring.org

  1. [1 of 8] EEPM 4th Ed. - History, Value, & Challenges of Creating Standards for a Field

    MENTOR’s Director of Knowledge Management Mike Garringer introduces the 2015 Short Course and provides an overview of the history of the field of youth mentoring.

    MENTOR and its partner, the Center for Evidence Based-Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, present a special Short Course on the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™. The Elements are MENTOR’s signature contribution to the mentoring field serving as a guide to assist programs large and small to start and operate effective quality mentoring programs. The development of the 4th Edition of the Elements is currently underway!

  2. [2 of 8] EEPM 4th Ed. - Recruitment Benchmarks and Enhancements

    Dr. Janis Kupersmidt, President & Founder of iRT, provides an overview of the development process used in the creation of the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring 4th Edition and discusses new benchmarks & enhancements for the standard of Recruitment.

    MENTOR and its partner, the Center for Evidence Based-Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, present a special Short Course on the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™. The Elements are MENTOR’s signature contribution to the mentoring field serving as a guide to assist programs large and small to start and operate effective quality mentoring programs. The development of the 4th Edition of the Elements is currently underway!

  3. [3 of 8] EEPM 4th Ed. - Screening Benchmarks and Enhancements

    iRT's Dr. Rebecca Stelter discusses new benchmarks & enhancements for the standard of Screening.

    MENTOR and its partner, the Center for Evidence Based-Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, present a special Short Course on the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™. The Elements are MENTOR’s signature contribution to the mentoring field serving as a guide to assist programs large and small to start and operate effective quality mentoring programs. The development of the 4th Edition of the Elements is currently underway!

  4. [4 of 8] EEPM 4th Ed. - Mentor Training Benchmarks and Enhancements

    Dr. Janis Kupersmidt, President & Founder of iRT, discusses new benchmarks & enhancements for the standard of Training.

    MENTOR and its partner, the Center for Evidence Based-Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, present a special Short Course on the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™. The Elements are MENTOR’s signature contribution to the mentoring field serving as a guide to assist programs large and small to start and operate effective quality mentoring programs. The development of the 4th Edition of the Elements is currently underway!

  5. [5 of 8] EEPM 4th Ed. - Matching Benchmarks and Enhancements

    iRT's Dr. Rebecca Stelter discusses new benchmarks & enhancements for the standard of Matching.

    MENTOR and its partner, the Center for Evidence Based-Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, present a special Short Course on the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™. The Elements are MENTOR’s signature contribution to the mentoring field serving as a guide to assist programs large and small to start and operate effective quality mentoring programs. The development of the 4th Edition of the Elements is currently underway!

  6. [6 of 8] EEPM 4th Ed. - Monitoring & Support Benchmarks and Enhancements

    Dr. Janis Kupersmidt, President & Founder of iRT, discusses new benchmarks & enhancements for the standard of Monitoring & Support.

    MENTOR and its partner, the Center for Evidence Based-Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, present a special Short Course on the Elements of Effective Practice for Mentoring™. The Elements are MENTOR’s signature contribution to the mentoring field serving as a guide to assist programs large and small to start and operate effective quality mentoring programs. The development of the 4th Edition of the Elements is currently underway!