Call for Proposals

2018 MENTOR Washington Spring Conference

May 14 & 15, 2018

Highline College

Des Moines, Washington

Submission Deadline: Friday, March 16, 2018, 4:00 p.m.

MENTOR Washington Spring Conference Purpose:

MENTOR Washington’s Spring Conference brings together individuals who represent the statewide mentoring movement, including mentoring practitioners, youth program providers and programs that serve system involved youth. MENTOR Washington Spring Conference’s purpose is to strengthen programs and practices, and collaborate to support positive youth development.

Workshop Information

The 2018 MENTOR Washington’s Spring Conference will explore “Advancing the Mentoring Movement.” Advances in youth mentoring across the country include youth voice and engagement, meaningful relationships, equity and inclusion, working with vulnerable youth.  Workshop proposals should provide attendees with practical tools and knowledge to bring to their own programs and communities. Participants should gain knowledge, skills and materials from each workshop that can be implemented upon their return to work.

Workshop presenters should focus on the following workshop topic/themes:

Workshop Format

Selection Criteria

Workshops should provide attendees with practical or “cutting edge” knowledge. Presenters should share information applicable to a range of program sizes and models, rather than simply describing a model or marketing a tool. Proposals will be reviewed and selected based on the following criteria:

Selection Process and Timeline

Questions?  Please contact or 425.679.5562 with questions related to this Call for Workshop Proposals.


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