iMentor Featured in the Case Foundation’s Blog
The Case Foundation is an innovative organization based in Washington D.C. Created by husband and wife team Steve Case (Co-Founder of AOL) and Jean Case (formerly a technology executive), the Case Foundation seeks to democratize philanthropy, encourage civic engagement and promote new and innovative technologies to make giving more informed, efficient and effective.
Among its many activities, the Case Foundation publishes two forward-thinking blogs: the Case Foundation blog and Social Citizens. These blogs feature stories about groundbreaking topics related to social engagement.
In honor of National Mentoring Month, the Case Foundation published a two-part blog series about iMentor’s contribution to the mentoring field. iMentor staff members Ellen Mahoney (Director of Volunteers) and Unique Frasier (Director of Curricula) provided their perspectives on mentoring, and Brooke Bryant (Development Manager) also contributed. We were thrilled to have been spotlighted in such an innovative and leading thought forum!
Read Mentors: A Reason to Give Thanks (published in the Case Foundation blog on 1/18/11)
Read Creating a Meaningful Relationship with Your Mentor (published in Social Citizens on 1/13/11)