NYNY Presents at the 2013 National Mentoring Summit!
New York Needs You’s VP of Programs Venessa Mendenhall will be presenting at the third annual National Mentoring Summit on Thursday, Jan.24th in Washington, D.C. Her presentation “Building Strategic Corporate Partnerships” will focus on how nonprofits and corporations can work together to benefit the community. NYNY Mentor Coach and NJNY Board Member Melissa Kinckle and Kate Sweeney–representing respectively Bluewolf and the Princeton Review, two of NYNY’s great partners, will be co-presenting on the panel. We are proud to have iMentor join us on stage, as well.
The two-day Summit, organized by MENTOR, the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the Harvard School of Public Health, the U.S. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and United Way Worldwide will bring together more than 650 attendees from leading youth-serving organizations. The Theme of the 2013 Summit is “Mentoring Works: Inspire. Achieve. Advocate.” Government, civic, research and corporate leaders will share best program models and practices with the goal to ensure that more youth receive quality mentoring.