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Agenda: Wednesday May 22nd : Breakouts
A: Program Design, Research and Evaluation. Kat Main, Director of Evaluation and Research, Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary.
B: My sense of giving back to the community: Lessons in supporting newcomer youth through peer mentoring Dixie Taylor and Emilie Bassi, Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth
A) Intergenerational Mentoring: How to adapt your mentoring program for new program demographics, Tracy Lockhart, Linking Generations & Boys and Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton
B) LGBTQ2S+ Youth Facing Barriers- PRISM program” by Scott Grace, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary & Area
A) Covenant House Mentorship Programs: Supporting youth in their transition from homelessness, Ashley Mayers and Lisa Mendes
B) Mentoring Makes Sense: The magnitude of the “gift of time” in the treatment of the Forensic Adolescent, Mary Lee Block Recreation Therapist ll Forensic Adolescent Program, Alberta Health Services
A: Improving Service to Boys: What’s working and What’s not when it comes to Male Mentoring. Dr. Phil Sevigny, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta.
B) Effective Evaluation from an indigenous Lens, Katelyn Lucas, Executive Director, Elisabeth Fry Society
A) Measuring Social Emotional Competencies of Children Engaged in Mentoring Programs” by Gina Luvsandugar, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary & Area
B) “Tracking Digital Success in Fundraising and Volunteer Recruitment” by Corey Dodge, Alberta Mentoring Partnership
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