Upcoming Webinar: Integrating Effective Mentoring Strategies and Services into Youth Services

Good evening,

See the announcement below concerning a webinar, Integrating Effective Mentoring Strategies and Services into Youth Services, to be held on June 9 at 2:00 p.m. (EDT).  The announcement includes details about the webinar as well as a link to register.  Registration is limited, so please register soon!

Gail Cope, SME, LINCS Program Management Group

You're Invited to the Webinar
Integrating Effective Mentoring
Strategies and Services into Youth Services

In advance of the webinar, please answer the following questions for us and your peers:

  • Is your youth program in need of effective mentoring strategies?
  • What challenges are you facing incorporating mentoring services to help youth in your program achieve or attain educational, occupational skills training, and career goals?

Type your thoughts into the "User Comments" section of the registration page located at the link below (also, don't forget to register). You'll be able to connect with your colleagues and help inform the discussion for the live event!

Join us for this webinar to learn about the mentoring strategies and services showcased in the recently released, “Mentoring Youth and Young Parents: A Guidebook for Programs Helping Youth and Young Parents Navigate a Pathway to Self-Sufficiency.” This webinar will offer nationally-recognized strategies for developing and implementing a mentoring program. You will also learn more through mentor program experiences shared by two Young Parents Demonstration Programs; and receive tips about quality standards and available resources from MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership. You won’t want to miss this valuable session!


Tammy Tai, Chief Program Officer, MENTOR
Kerri Pruitt, Executive Director, The Dannon Project
Diana Hernandez, Workforce Development and East Los Angeles Center Director
Maisha Meminger, Division of Youth Services (USDOL), Manpower Development Analysis


Gloria Salas-Kos, Program Analyst, Office of Policy Development and Research, Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor


June 9, 2014


2:00pm ET (1:00pm/Central, 12:00pm/Mountain, 11:00am/Pacific)


90 minutes

Registration for this webinar is limited and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please register today!

  • Have you had challenges with implementing mentoring in your program?
  • If so, what were those challenges and what strategies did you employ to overcome them

Instructions for registering

  1. Click here.
  2. Click the "Login Now" button and type in your email and password.  Then click the “Reserve Seat Now” button.  If you haven't updated your password within the past 90 days, you will be prompted to do so.  If you do not have a Workforce3 One account yet, you must create and activate an account before you can register for the webinar.  Click here to create your free account. Once you’ve created and subsequently activated your Workforce3 One account, please refer back to this email so that you may register for the free webinar.
  3. Once you have registered for the webinar event, you will receive an email with detailed instructions for accessing the webinar.  We ask that you listen to the audio portion of the live webinar via Internet Telephony (through your computer speakers). You will also be supplied with a teleconference number and access code if you must join using a telephone. If possible, we encourage you to use Internet Telephony, as we are limited in the number of teleconference lines and the more people that use Internet Telephony, the more capacity we have for those that must join using a telephone.  If anything changes and you no longer wish to attend, please go to your dashboard on https://www.workforce3one.org/ and remove your registration.

PLEASE NOTE: If multiple participants from the same location are joining the live event, we encourage you to join at one location. This will allow for a larger number of participants to attend.

System Check
Please click the following link to perform a simple system diagnostic before you attempt to join the live Webinar: Test Your System

If you are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or have speech disabilities and captioning would facilitate your participation in this Webinar, you can register for captioning service through the Federal Relay Conference Captioning. Please note the Federal Relay Service requires at least 48 hours notice (2 working days) to guarantee coverage. Click here for more information.