24 September 2019. During the Mentor Germany Youth Summit, which took place in the presence of H.M. Queen Silvia of Sweden, Mentor International and TUI Care Foundation launched a global partnership. The two organizations will team up to run a mentoring program to empower young people from vulnerable communities in Jordan, Germany and Sweden. The program will be set up by Mentor’s national operations and rolled out under the TUI Junior Academy umbrella.
On Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 September, The Queen visited Konstanz, Mainau and Lindau in southern Germany. Her trip included commemorations to mark Mentor's 25th anniversary.
Mentor is announcing the appointment of their newest Ambassador for Mentor International and Mentor Foundation USA, Romero Britto.
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.
On November 28th, H.M. Queen Silvia attended Mentor USA's benefit event at the Embassy of Sweden in Washington D.C. The event brought together influencers from business and government compassionate about the health and wellbeing of young people.
Today, the Swedish-based non-profit organization, Mentor International, launches its first global social media campaign #myteenageme coordinated on three different continents and in multiple countries around the world.
Today is #GivingTuesday, a global giving movement built by individuals, families, organizations, businesses, and communities around the world to encourage people to come together to support and champion the causes they believe in and the communities in which they live.
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.”