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    Maximizing Mentoring: A Guide for Building Strong Relationships

    The William T. Grant Foundation is pleased to announce a new resource - Maximizing Mentoring: A Guide for Building Strong Relationships - written by Foundation staff Colleen Ammerman and Vivian Tseng. This guide was designed as a companion piece for the 2010 publication Pay it Forward: Guidance for Mentoring Junior Scholars, which the Foundation developed in collaboration with the Forum for Youth Investment. While Maximizing Mentoring speaks directly to the William T. Grant Scholars Program, the Foundation believes much of the guidance it provides can be used to strengthen any academic mentoring relationship.

     

    Maximizing Mentoring is available on the Foundation's website by visiting http://www.wtgrantfdn.org/File%20Library/Publications/Maximizing-Mentoring-Booklet.pdf.

     

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