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  1. Problems Faced by Youth:Young People in Mentoring Are at Risk YOUTH PROBLEMS

  2. Most Young People in Mentoring Relationships Are at Risk for One or More Problems

  3. Youth in Mentoring: Family IncomeNearly Half Live in Low-Income Families

  4. Youth in Mentoring: Family StructureBarely Half Live in Two-Parent Families

  5. Mentoring Impact on Youth Problems Mentors Believe They Made a Difference Percent of mentors who believe they "helped a lot" with the youth problem

  6. Mentors View Mentoring as a Positive Experience 97% 91% 84%

  7. Adults Are Motivated to Mentor Because They Believe the Young Person Needs Help REASONS ADULTS MENTOR

  8. Prevalence of Mentoring in the PopulationNearly One of Three Adults Has Mentored Previously Mentored 17% Current Mentors 14%

  9. Adult Volunteer Activities with Youth:Mentoring Is a Prevalent Activity Percent of adults who have ever participated in activity

  10. Adults Who Mentor Are Likely to Be Involvedin Volunteer Activities with Children

  11. Who Is Likely to Mentor?

  12. Longer Relationships Are More Likely to Help with or Prevent Problems YOUTH PROBLEMS

  13. Mentors Participate in a Variety of Activities with Youths They Mentor

  14. Mentoring Relationships Work Best witha Wide Variety of Activities Few Activities (0-8) Some Activities (9-11) Many Activities (12-15) PERCENT WHO HELPED WITH OR PREVENTED ALL IDENTIFIED PROBLEMS

  15. Informal Mentoring Relationships Are Most Prevalent

  16. Sponsors of Formal Mentoring Programs

  17. Mentors’ Views of Skills and Personality Traits of a Good Mentor

  18. Both Mentors and Mentees Are Committed to the Relationship