Over 1000 Tips and Strategies to Encourage Youth to Achieve Greatness
Over 1000 ideas, including activities for mentors to do with mentees, have been gathered from a variety of mentoring programs. Wherever possible, encourage the mentee to make suggestions about things to do. This is in line with the developmental aspect of youth mentoring. However, mentors might need a few ideas to suggest and the list that follows the information about the new EBooks gives a taste of the content of The Spirit of Mentoring series. The Ebooks containing these topics and heaps of other resources were launched in the new Spirit of Mentoring series in October 2020.
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The Spirit of Mentoring series.
FREE EBook 1: 167 Fun ideas and More Tips and Strategies to Encourage Youth – published in October 2020
FREE EBook 2: 160 More Strategies, Tips and True Stories to Encourage Youth – published in October 2020
EBook 3: 234 Discussion topics and More Tips and Strategies to Encourage Youth – published in October 2020.
EBook 4: 60 New Mentoring Messages to Encourage Youth – published in January 2021. My recently published book, Mentoring Minutes: Weekly Messages to Encourage Anyone Working with Youth had additional fifty messages which were not published. These will be edited and updated, with more youth mentoring tips and strategies added, as 60 New Mentoring Messages are created.
- Set your mentoring goals together
- Help with some homework
- Make dinner together
- Participate in a Fun Run/Walk together
- Go out for a meal together
- Make popcorn and talk
- Go to a movie
- Pick fruit
- Go to a concert
- Go to the library
- Go to the theatre
- Visit a car museum
- Go to the swimming pools
- Go to the beach
- Visit a major harbor (where applicable)
- Go to the gym
- Play computer games
- Discuss responsible use of a mobile phone and how to handle text bullying in a responsible way.
- Visit your workplace
- Talk about planning a career
- Get together with friends from work
- Take tours of friends’ jobs
- Visit a tertiary institution
- Work on a Resume or C.V.
- Visit the SPCA
- Go rollerblading
- Go to an indoor climbing wall
- Go to the museum
- Visit an art gallery
- Do a personality test (on the computer)