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1998 Survey of Adults Mentoring Young People

Country: United States

Survey Organization: Princeton Survey Research Associates

Field Dates: January through March 1998

Sample: Nationally representative sample of adults who were mentors to youths ages 10 to 18 during past five years

Sample Size: 1,504

Interview Method: Telephone

To enhance the nation's understanding of the effects of mentoring youth and to learn from a broad array of mentoring relationships, the Fund conducted a survey of 1,504 adults who have been mentors to youths ages 10 to 18. Mentors report that they believe mentoring works, and that they have helped with or prevented problems for a young person.

To view the survey questions, download the attachment posted on the right. To read analyses of the surveys, see the Fund publications under Related Resources, on the right.

This publication is one in our ongoing series on Special Populations

Publication Details

Publication Date: July 1, 1998