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
November 16 | 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Mentor Development Session: Understanding Students’ SEL Needs
Social Emotional Learning (SEL) is important to the lives and development of children. How adults respond to young people’s behaviors has the power to affirm confidence in their cultures, well-being, learning, and themselves.
Join us on Wednesday, November 16th, 2022 from 5:30-7:00pm for a Mentor Development Session on SEL in mentoring led by Lucinda Mills, a licensed clinical social worker with the Office of Social Work in Boston Public Schools. As one of the BPS 2021 Educator of the Year recipients, she has provided countless training on trauma, stress management, social emotional learning, and de-escalation to Boston staff & students for over 20 years.
Past Mentor Development Session Resources
SEP: Mentoring Scenarios:
Mentor Development Sessions & Webinars
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.
Mentoring Boys & Young Men of Color Through a Racial Equity Lens
From MENTOR: an intimate conversation with leaders in the field that will provide personal stories connected to practical takeaways that support mentoring Boys & Young Men of Color (BYMOC) through a racial equity lens.