Types of Mentoring

And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God - Romans 12:2

School Children Sitting On Stairs
Teacher and Student
Classmates
Kids Playing Soccer

Gender Specific

Boys and girls respond differently to mentoring, often requiring separate approaches and strategies to achieve similar outcomes.

Individual

One-to-one mentoring enables the mentee and mentor to develop trust and provides consistent support creating bonds that effectively work towards a growth mindset.

Group

Group mentoring relationships focus more on peer interaction with the mentor acting as a group facilitator. Each mentee has their own experience and insight to share and can draw their own learning from the discussion.

Sports

Mentoring through sports can help mentees develop character, and mentors have a unique opportunity to teach mentees valuable life skills through athletic experiences.