MPM supports many youth, family and community initiatives. Below is a list of links that serve as an additonal resource for you to connect with other great resources!
MENTOR/National Mentoring Partnership - MENTOR gives a global look on mentoring resources. On this site you can find the latest research on mentoring theory, practice and programs, national statistics on youth mentoring, media outreach, and public policy legislation and efforts.
Search Institute - Search Institute provides many great trainings, services, and resources for building Developmental Assets in youth, and fostering their spark.
Minnesota Association for Volunteer Administration - MAVA helps advance the profession of volunteer management in the state through leadership, advocacy and education.
Children, Youth and Family Consortium - This organization offers resources that address critical health, education, and social policy concerns in ways that improve the well-being of Minnesota's children, youth, and families.
Hands On Twin Cities - Hands On Twin Cities is the central source for volunteerism in the Minnesota Metro area. The organization connects individuals and groups with meaningful opportunities to effectively serve and learn, mobilize and manage volunteers, provide leadership development opportunities and facilitate education on social issues.
Kids Count Data/Annie E. Casey Foundation - The Kids Count Data is source of current statistics on the national and state-by-state indicators of child well-being
Youth Work Institute - The Minnesota Youth Work Institute, located at the University of Minnesota, supports the education, training, and professional development of adults who work with and on behalf of young people.