The BPIE Volunteer Resources page is a source for online tools that can provide additional support and help you build skills to maximize your mentoring experience. Whether you’re looking to provide your mentee with additional material during your sessions, learn new strategies and approaches to supporting students in the classroom, or simply review school concepts, you can find the specific materials you need to prepare below.
Upcoming Mentor Development Sessions
Mentor Appreciation Coffee Break!
We would like to invite you to our office for a Mentor Appreciation Coffee Break! Join the Partnerships Team for some coffee and bagels to see our work behind the scenes this school year, ask questions, tell stories, and network with other mentors.
When: Tuesday, January 30th | 11:00AM – 1:00PM
Where: 192 South St., Suite 600, Boston, MA 02111
Past Mentor Development Session Resources
Recognizing & Responding to Child Abuse Resources:
- Recognizing & Responding to Child Abuse Slides
- Guide to Reporting Exploitation
- DCF Website
- DCF Area Offices by Town
- Learn the Signs
- How to Respond
- Report Abuse
- Child Abuse Reporting Form
Youth Mental Health & Well-Being Resources:
Finding The Right Materials:
Social Emotional Learning:
Panel – Impact of Academic Mentoring:
Match Closure Scenarios
Mentor Development Sessions & Webinars
Panel: The Impact of Academic Mentoring
This special National Mentoring Month edition of our Mentor Development Sessions explores the benefits of academic mentoring, and how its effects extend beyond students to teachers, families, and mentors as well.
Understanding Students’ Social Emotional Learning (SEL) Needs
Watch a replay of our Mentor Development Session from November 16, 2022, featuring special guest Lucinda Mills – a licensed clinical social worker with the BPS Office of Social Work and one of the BPS 2021 Educator of the Year recipients.
A Holistic Approach to Student Learning
Watch a replay of our Mentor Development Session from December 13, 2021, featuring guest speakers Tina Kondopoulos and Gabby Hernandez from Northeastern University’s Peer Tutoring Program.