Thursday, March 21, 2019 1:00 PM ~ 2:30 PM ET

Access to specific resources and partnerships and travel distance between mentors and mentees are just a few of the unique challenges that rural mentoring programs face.


Presenters from three different states will share their rural mentoring program models and the specific local context in which they operate, as well as discuss different practices they have found useful for their individual programs, including leveraging community assets and implementing creative training processes and activities for mentees and mentors.




  • Pam Quinn, Twinfield Together Mentoring Program
  • Allyson Horne, TeamMates Mentoring
  • Kara Johnson, YouthBuild Heart of Oregon Corps