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ARTICLE | About Mentorship

Youth, Communities Building Youth Futures, Employment, Youth Engagement, CBYF Publications

This blog post is written by Phillip Mock, the Project Coordinator of CBYF Chatham-Kent

Here at CBYF we asked Phillip Mock to write about his experience on mentorship.  He writes about how in CBYF Chatham-Kent the term mentorship (small m) is a concept that has grown and evolved over the past 3 years. To him, mentorship is the building of mutually-beneficial relationships that are rooted in sharing, reciprocation, affection, and co-construction of goals.

Phillip Mock

By Phillip Mock

Phillip Mock is the Project Coordinator of the CK Prosperity Roundtable in Chatham-Kent, ON. He is passionate about his work and strives to ensure people, regardless of experience, are integrated into the work to reduce poverty and help everyone thrive across Chatham-Kent. -- Phillip Mock est le coordonnateur de projet de la CK Prosperity Roundtable de Chatham-Kent, en Ontario. Passionné par son travail, il fait tout en son pouvoir pour s’assurer que les gens, quelle que soit leur expérience, prennent part au travail visant à réduire la pauvreté à Chatham-Kent et à aider sa population à prospérer.

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