Mentoring innovations

Mentoring in education describes a relationship between mentor and mentee, supporting learning, experimentation and helping young people develop their potential.
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Technovation
Technovation is a global technology education nonprofit that applies a grassroots approach to empowering underserved communities, especially girls and women, to address local problems through cutting-
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Girls Leadership and entrepreneurship network (GLEN)
Girls' Leadership and Entrepreneurship Network works through school clubs that gives girls in schools opportunities to contribute actively to global issues, develop their leadership skills, build conf
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Hillman Academy
Each summer, high school students perform authentic research alongside world-renowned scientists at the Hillman Cancer Center and throughout the University of Pittsburgh. By engaging students in a rig
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Akili Dada
The Young Changemakers Program creates opportunities for girls age 13-19 to develop as leaders in their schools and communities. Dadas in this program are provided the space and support to develop the
Teachers Lead Tech
Teachers Lead Tech is a continuous learning tool for primary school teachers, to bring them: 1. Confidence in working with tech, achieved by mentorship and community enabled support network. 2. Comp
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PHASE 4 Learning Center, Inc.
Breaking the school-to-prison pipeline through Innovative and unique approach of academic and career success. Focused on relationships, acceptance, tolerance and celebration of diversity, PHASE 4 tr
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Alliance for Refugee Youth Support and Education
ARYSE is a student-centered organization supporting immigrant and refugee youth in becoming engaged, confident, and celebrated. Through out-of-school-time programs emphasizing creativity, ARYSE youth
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Brokered Learning Pathways: Young Naturalists
Partnerships between teachers and non-formal educators play an important role in connecting teens who are interested in nature with people, programs, organizations, and future learning opportunities.
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Manchester Craftsmen's Guild
Founded in 1968 on the belief that environment shapes behavior, Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild (MCG) has grown from a community-based ceramics program into a cornerstone of Manchester Bidwell Corporatio
Mentors in the Making
Low-income students are paired with STEM professionals to co-learn digital fabrication technologies, from 3D printing to CNC machining. The mentoring pairs meet once a week in Fab Lab Carnegie Scien
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OPDC School 2 Career
OPDC's School 2 Career program breaks the cycle of poverty by giving high school students academic support and paid internship opportunities with employers across the city of Pittsburgh. 100% of our s
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Dream Teams for every student
Greenfield is a new school model designed by Achievement First—in partnership with Transcend—to develop the best prepared students in the world. A key component of Greenfield is the Dream Team, a comm