The health and well-being of young people is Mentor's core focus. In everything we do, we strive for a world where young people can grow through positive reinforcement – both personally and into their working life. Mentor believes that companies have an important role to play in helping society's young people transition into the workplace. On July 2, Mentor will be hosting a panel of experts at Almedalen to discuss how best to give young people belief and confidence in their future.
Sara Revell Ford will become the new Secretary General of Mentor International and Mentor Sweden as of August 9, 2019. Sara Revell Ford is currently employed as National Director of the Swedish Red Cross.
Last month, Mentor Sweden took over Stockholm’s Central Station and transformed the main hall into a “Mentor Day” for adults and teenagers to meet. It was a full day packed with competitions, choir and dance performances, interviews with astronauts, panel discussions with business leaders and “micro-mentoring.”
Thoughts of the future can be overwhelming for adolescents and young people; they can cause anxiety and depression. It is so important for teenagers to have someone who will listen and to whom they can talk.