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The quality and meaningfulness of the primary mentor-mentee relationship is critical to a successful mentoring program. Activities that seek to engage young people and build a positive relationship are crucial.

Flexible activities include:

The quality of the mentoring relationship is foundational to the success of a mentoring program. A meaningful mentor-mentee relationship can be fostered in several ways. It’s important to create a safe and supportive space where mentors and mentees can interact and engage in activities. Additionally, establishing pathways for communication between the mentor and mentee that are reliable and consistent is important.

Last updated:

21 Feb 2022

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