Actions and Detail Panel
Mentoring Young Men of Color: Building Pathways to College & Career
Thu, April 6, 2017, 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM PDT
Please join MENTOR, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and LinkedIn on Thursday, April 6th for an in-depth conversation over breakfast about the supports young men of color need to thrive in today’s society and how mentoring is one critical component of the equation.
Please RSVP by March 28 as limited space is available.
Lana Khavinson, Marketing Lead, LinkedIn for Good
Linda Rodriguez, Head of the Fellowship Initiative
Dr. D’Artagnan Scorza, Executive Director, Social Justice Learning Institute
David Shapiro, CEO, MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership
(additional speakers to be added once confirmed)
At this event you will:
Have first access to the most recent findings to our newest report, “The Fellowship Initiative: Mentoring Young Men of Color toward College Readiness, Persistence and Career Success”
Hear from companies, nonprofits, youth, and mentoring advocates who are bringing leadership and innovation to mentoring initiatives focused on boys and young men of color
Explore tangible ways that you can join the mentoring movement to support young men of color in your community
Who should attend this event?
Corporate and philanthropic leaders who invest in or are thinking about investing in youth development, mentoring, and other initiatives aimed at supporting young people of color.
Policymakers and civil servants who want to learn how to use their position and voice to support young men of color at school, home and work.
Mentors who want to further support their mentees to make their college and career dreams a reality.
Nonprofit and school leaders who know that relationships are core to setting young people up for success and are looking to improve or enhance their programs and impact.
This Event is Presented by:
JPMorgan Chase seeks to comply with applicable rules concerning meals, gifts and entertainment offered to public officials and employees, including related disclosure requirements. We estimate the cost of hospitality to be provided at "Mentoring Young Men of Color" to be $30 per person. To the extent you wish to pay the cost of the hospitality to be provided at this event please contact Imani Farley, Imani.email@example.com or (212) 270-2912 to make the necessary arrangements.