10 2012

Mentoring Info Session for HFNY

More than 60 people gathered at Hunter College earlier this fall to attend our Mentoring Info Session, an event to learn about opportunities serving children and youth with Hope for New York. 
 
Paul Coty, the Associate Regional Director of Young Life NYC, spoke to the group about the importance of mentoring relationships in his own life—he’s had the same mentors investing in him since he was 13 years old. 
 
“Mentoring is more than just having a protégé,” he said. “It’s getting involved in the life of a young person and being committed to a long-haul relationship.” 
 
Coty also shared his formula for strong mentoring relationships: “Consistency over time yields transformation. If you want to get anything done, do it consistently over time.”
 
Interested in volunteering with or supporting children and youth organizations? Nearly a quarter of HFNY’s affiliate organizations offer some kind of mentoring opportunity or outreach to children and youth.  Visit www.hfny.org/children-and-youth to learn more.



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Articles in this Issue

New City Catechism
New City Catechism Team
 
Mentoring Info Session for HFNY
 
Why Sidewalks, Plazas, & Bike Lanes Matter to God
Amilee Watkins
 
The Scandal of Generosity
Daniel Lee
 
Sharing God’s Mercy Through Food
Sorena Shin Harmanson
 
Hope for New York Celebrating 20 Years
 
Downtown to Begin Worship Services October 21st
John Lin
 
City to City Sunday: Introducing the International Intensive Class of 2012