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Juvenile Mentoring Program: 1998 Report to Congress
Shay Bilchik. Describes the initial stages of the ongoing evaluation of the 93 projects funded under the Juvenile Mentoring Program (JUMP) & includes its preliminary findings. Positive outcomes to date include reports from both mentors & youth that mentoring was a positive experience, & that youth benefited from the experience, specifically in staying away from alcohol & drugs, avoiding fights & friends who are starting trouble, keeping away from gangs, & not using guns or knives. Sections: JUMP project descriptions; profile of youth being served; characteristics of JUMP mentors; the mentoring relationship; the mentoring promise; & next steps.
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