One adult to up to four young people.
Where Does the Mentoring Take Place? Agency-based:
At a community agency, typically an after-school program, Boys and Girls Club, etc. Community-based:
The mentor and mentees can meet anywhere, attend events, go to museums, etc. Faith-based:
Mentoring groups usually meet in a house of worship or adjoining building. Online:
E-mentoring—also known as online mentoring, telementoring, or teletutoring— is a mentoring relationship
that is conducted via the Internet. School-based:
At the mentees' school (elementary, middle, high school), on school grounds, in full view of school officials. Mentor
and mentees should have a designated meeting place within the building and/or use of school facilities (open classroom, computer lab, gym, art room, library) if available. Workplace-based:
At the mentors' workplace. Students are typically bussed to the site. Either the school district or the company may pay for the bus. Mentors and mentees should have a designated meeting place at the workplace.