Mentoring Leaves No Child Behind: The Art of Mentoring
By Dr. Christopher Handy, Ph.D.
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Published: April 21, 2012
Words: 5,214 (approximate)
This book is a guide to help those seeking to make a difference in the lives of a younger person, through mentoring will find this book an helpful and informative guide on their journey to become effective mentors.
This book will provide a simple and effective method on how mentoring can help youths find themselves and become productive adults within the community and in life.
Mentoring offers hope to a generation that has some lost hope by allowing the young person to view the life and accomplishments of the adult. Mentoring leaves no child behind because it reaches that young person and bring them forward and not leaving them behind in their current situation.
, life skills
, childhood development
, guidance and support
, early prevention
, community base programs
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