Girls Group Mentoring Toolkit

This Girls Group Mentoring Toolkit provides the tools, resources and support to create, implement, deliver and evaluate a quality group mentoring program for girls, ages 9-13, in your community. The Toolkit is intended to be used in a range of communities, and can be adapted to the unique values, needs, strengths and challenges that each community encompasses.

Works Cited: Planning Your Program

Canadian Women’s Foundation. (2014). Building Strong Girls: An Evaluation of Phase 2 of The Canadian Women’s Foundation Girls’ Fund Highlights Report. Toronto: Canadian Women’s Foundation.

Centre for Theory of Change. (2013). What Is Theory of Change? Retrieved online: http://www.theoryofchange.org/what-is-theory-of-change/

Evaluation Toolkit. (2014). Using a Logic Model. The Pell Institute for the Study of Opportunity in Higher Education, the Institute for Higher Education Policy, and Pathways to College Network. Retrieved online: http://toolkit.pellinstitute.org/evaluation-guide/plan-budget/using-a-logic-model/

Garringer, M. (2014). POLL: Does your mentoring program have a fully-developed theory of change? Retrieved online from the Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring: http://chronicle.umbmentoring.org/poll-does-your-program-have-a-fully-developed-theory-of-change/


Contact: mentoringgirls(at)canadianwomen.org