This guide is for those working with mentoring programs that serve Native communities or youth. The resource aims to increase the cultural competence of mentoring practitioners and mentors for working with Native youth. It contains recommendations for mentoring practitioners for enhancing cultural competence in their work with Native youth. It includes information about cultural norms and cross-cultural communication as well as tips for training and retaining mentors, with specific information about training non-Native mentors.
- Deconstructing "Risk" in Youth Mentoring Programs: How Environmental Stressors and Presenting Challenges Shape Mentoring Relationship Outcomes
- Practice Brief 3: Tribal Children and Forced Assimilation
- Naturally Occurring Mentoring Relationships and Criminal Justice Outcomes: A Preliminary Examination Using ADD Health Public Use Data