The Delaware Mentoring Council improves outcomes of mentoring relationships by enhancing the quality of youth mentoring programs. This includes performance measurement, program development, and issue advocacy statewide. As a coalition of twenty-eight Governor-appointed advocates from organizations, businesses, schools, and government agencies, the DMC works to engage the public in advancing mentoring programs and creating support mechanisms that will sustain the youth mentoring community in an ongoing capacity.
The Delaware Mentoring Council was originally established in 1998 by then Governor Tom Carper, and re-established through executive order by Governor Jack Markell.
News & Updates
Registration is now open for the National Mentoring Summit to be held January 30-31, 2014 in Arlington, Virginia....Read More
Connecting Generations is hosting the Fifth Annual Mentoring Works Summit- Youth Empowerment at the Modern Maturity Center, Dover, DE....Read More
Released: "The Mentoring Effect"
The Mentoring Effect: Young People's Perspectives on the Outcomes and Availability of Mentoring is the first-ever nationally representative survey of young people on the topic of mentoring. It examine...Read More