Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Mentoring in education;
The past and continued use of mentoring confirms its reputation, which is overwhelmingly positive in the literature (Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America [BBBSA], 1995; Bolman & Deal, 1993; Bonilla, Pickron, & Tatum, 1994; Collins, 1983; Furano, Roaf, Styles, & Branch, 1993; Head, Reiman, Thies-Sprinthall, 1992; Heller & Sindelar, 1991; Jackson & Simpson, 1994; Johnsrud, 1994; Kram, 1988a, 1988b, 1988c, 1988d; Millis, 1994; Morrow & Styles, 1995; Otto, 1994; Terrell & Hassell, 1994; Weinberger, 1992; Wolfe, 1992; Wunsch, 1994b). Mentoring is firmly rooted in history, but the solid foundation of mentoring may lead to misconceptions about its power.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
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©1995 Jennifer Lynn Dilocker
Dilocker, Jennifer Lynn, "Developing a mentoring program on a college campus" (1995). Graduate Research Papers. 2396.