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Rogue Valley Mentoring – Southern Oregon Youth Mentoring

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Basic information for rvmentoring.org

About: Transforming Entire Communities through the Mentoring of Youth Since 2005 Rogue Valley Mentoring (formerly known as the Rose Circle Mentoring Network) has trained over 480 adults who have mentored over 2,000 youth in our valley. Our no-cost programs serve Jackson County youth, ages 10-24, in one-to-one mentoring

Email or contact page: [email protected]

Social media profiles:

Using HTTPS: Yes 🙂

Whois information

Whois Info Value
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Date Registered 2018-01-10
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Email [‘[email protected]’, ‘[email protected]’]
Name Registration Private
Organization Domains By Proxy, LLC
Address [‘DomainsByProxy.com’, ‘14455 N. Hayden Road’]
City Scottsdale
State Arizona
Zipcode 85260
Country US

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Popular words

Word Frequency
mentoring 13
valley 12
mentor 7
rogue 6
youth 5
training 4
resources 4
learn 4
essentials 3
subscribe 3
donate 3
person 3
make 3
email 3
us 2
partners 2
get 2
involved 2
become 2
circles 2

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Internal pages [TOP 20]

Website Page
https://rvmentoring.org/teen-village/
https://rvmentoring.org/business-partnership/
https://rvmentoring.org/mentor-data/
https://rvmentoring.org
https://rvmentoring.org/mentee-application/
https://rvmentoring.org/our-story/
https://rvmentoring.org/mentor-resources/
https://rvmentoring.org/media/
https://rvmentoring.org/planned-giving/
https://rvmentoring.org/get-involved/
https://rvmentoring.org/our-impact/
https://rvmentoring.org/youth-circles/
https://rvmentoring.org/about-us/
https://rvmentoring.org/individual-match-closure-agreement/
https://rvmentoring.org/contact/
https://rvmentoring.org/subscribe/
https://rvmentoring.org/mentor-training/
https://rvmentoring.org/resources/
https://rvmentoring.org/our-team/

External homepage links [TOP 20]

Website Page
https://plus.google.com/share?url=https://www.facebook.com/rvmentoring/photos/a.3062237670454204/4012926122052016/?type=3
https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/youthmentoring
mailto:?subject=Shared Link&body=https://www.facebook.com/rvmentoring/photos/a.3062237670454204/4010071119004183/?type=3 – Our next Mentoring Essentials training is coming up on the 29th & 30th of January!

The youth of our valley need anchors and advocates who see their strengths. A caring, consistent adult can make all the difference.

Link in our profile to register!

Training includes:
🌀Strength Based Communication Techniques
🌀Trauma-informed Care
🌀Self-Regulation Practices
🌀Resilience Building
🌀Compassionate & Active Listening
🌀Uncovering Bias
🌀One to One & Circle Mentoring

Volunteers: Free
Community: $150

RVMentoring.org/mentor-training/
#Mentoring #MentorsMatter #MentoringMatters #YouthMentoring #YouthAdvocacy #YouthEmpowerment #MentoringEssentialsTraining #MentoringYouth #MentorTraining #RogueValley #SouthernOregon #MedfordOregon #PhoenixOregon #TalentOregon #AshlandOregon #MentoringCommunity

https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/intersectionalfeminism
https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/RogueValley
https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=https://www.facebook.com/rvmentoring/photos/a.3062237670454204/4010071119004183/?type=3+Our next Mentoring Essentials training is coming up on the 29th & 30th of January!

The youth of our valley need anchors and advocates who see their strengths. A caring, consistent adult can make all the difference.

Link in our profile to register!

Training includes:
🌀Strength Based Communication Techniques
🌀Trauma-informed Care
🌀Self-Regulation Practices
🌀Resilience Building
🌀Compassionate & Active Listening
🌀Uncovering Bias
🌀One to One & Circle Mentoring

Volunteers: Free
Community: $150

RVMentoring.org/mentor-training/
#Mentoring #MentorsMatter #MentoringMatters #YouthMentoring #YouthAdvocacy #YouthEmpowerment #MentoringEssentialsTraining #MentoringYouth #MentorTraining #RogueValley #SouthernOregon #MedfordOregon #PhoenixOregon #TalentOregon #AshlandOregon #MentoringCommunity

https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/YouthEmpowerment
https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/MentoringCommunity
https://www.facebook.com/ericiaa_
http://mailtribune.com/news/top-stories/workshop-aimed-at-helping-local-youth-succeed
https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/TalentOregon
https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/youthadvocasy
https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/MedfordOregon
https://secure.givelively.org/donate/rogue-valley-mentoring
https://twitter.com/rvmentoring
https://www.facebook.com/rvmentoring/photos/a.3062237670454204/4012926122052016/?type=3
mailto:?subject=Shared Link&body=https://www.facebook.com/rvmentoring/photos/a.3062237670454204/4012926122052016/?type=3 – Reposting this very important heads up from @ericiaa_ 💛🙏🏽

you might have heard of the term ‘intersectional feminism’- here’s some info on what intersectionality is and why it matters, not just for feminism but social work, advocacy and mental health work too!

The term ‘intersectionality’ was coined by professor Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989 to describe how race, class, gender, and other characteristics intersect with one another and overlap.

An example of intersectionality: the experience of an asian person who identifies as queer, would differ from a white person who identifies as queer. Being in a racial minority group intersects with being LGBTQIA+. A similar concept applies to all other aspects of identity.

When we make sure we have an intersectional lens, we make room for understanding, hearing + honouring a wider spectrum of human experiences, instead of being limited by a single lens on what oppression can look like 🍃

What are your thoughts on intersectionality? Do you incorporate this into your work?

#intersectionality #intersectionalfeminism #intersectionalidentity #activism
#mentalhealth #intersectionallens #youthmentoring #mentoring #mentoringyouth #youthadvocasy #youthempowerment

https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/mentalhealth
https://www.facebook.com/2230297290314917
https://twitter.com/intent/tweet?text=https://www.facebook.com/rvmentoring/photos/a.3062237670454204/4012926122052016/?type=3+Reposting this very important heads up from @ericiaa_ 💛🙏🏽

you might have heard of the term ‘intersectional feminism’- here’s some info on what intersectionality is and why it matters, not just for feminism but social work, advocacy and mental health work too!

The term ‘intersectionality’ was coined by professor Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989 to describe how race, class, gender, and other characteristics intersect with one another and overlap.

An example of intersectionality: the experience of an asian person who identifies as queer, would differ from a white person who identifies as queer. Being in a racial minority group intersects with being LGBTQIA+. A similar concept applies to all other aspects of identity.

When we make sure we have an intersectional lens, we make room for understanding, hearing + honouring a wider spectrum of human experiences, instead of being limited by a single lens on what oppression can look like 🍃

What are your thoughts on intersectionality? Do you incorporate this into your work?

#intersectionality #intersectionalfeminism #intersectionalidentity #activism
#mentalhealth #intersectionallens #youthmentoring #mentoring #mentoringyouth #youthadvocasy #youthempowerment