Mentoring Matters newsletter
Starting From Scratch: Mentees help students launch new publication

Starting From Scratch: Mentees help students launch new publication

By Elizabeth Miller Today is March 5. Issue 5 of The Prowl goes to print this Thursday. It’s truly incredible that alongside 18 students, we’ve designed something that didn’t exist six months ago. Now we’re busy promoting our crosslisted newspaper production class (English and business and marketing departments) ahead of Belleville High School’s scheduling day in mid-March, and we just returned from a professionally...
Fall Mentoring Matters newsletter

Fall Mentoring Matters newsletter

The fall 2016 edition of Mentoring Matters includes: Challenges and strategies of long-distance mentoring Mentors go back to class — at the mentor forums at each convention Funders are catalysts for change through Mentor Program Mentees explain what they value about their mentors Meet the newest cadre of mentors Click on this link to download the...
Mentoring Matters Spring 2016 -- Read the latest information about the Mentor Program

Mentoring Matters Spring 2016 — Read the latest information about the Mentor Program

The Spring 2016 edition of Mentoring Matters includes: Report from mentors identifying main challenges to new advisers Mentees explain how their mentors have been important to them Map of all the current mentees and their mentors Mentees at high-poverty, urban and rural schools explain the difficulties they face. Mentor share advice for dealing with this difficult...

Mentoring Matters Fall 2015 – Read latest updates about JEA Mentoring Program

The Fall 2015 edition of Mentoring Matters includes: Welcome to the new mentors in the program Angela Filo, a major funder and supporter of the JEA Mentoring Program, receives Friend of Scholastic Journalism Award from JEA Mentees taking on leadership and winning awards California mentor Konnie Krislock and her fight for First Amendment Rights for...

Mentor Program updates at JEA/NSPA Convention in Denver – report and newsletter

Linda Barrington presented a report about the Mentor Program to the mentors during the Mentor Forum at the JEA/NSPA Convention in Denver, April 16. One way the Mentor Program explains its activities and recruits participants is through a semi-annual newsletter, which Linda edits. The newsletter is published to coincide with the JEA/NSPA conventions. Mentors request...

Mentoring Matters Spring 2015 – Read latest updates about JEA Mentoring Program

The Spring 2015 edition of Mentoring Matters includes: Teamwork of JEA Mentoring Program and scholastic press associations Map of where JEA mentors are working with new advisers Profile data of mentees Mentees’ comments about their experiences working with JEA mentors Click on this link for the newsletter — Mentoring_Matters_Spring_2015 You can read previous issues of the newsletter...