Mentoring Practices in Europe and North America: Strategies for Improving Immigrants’ Employment Outcomes

Mentoring Practices in Europe and North America: Strategies for Improving Immigrants’ Employment Outcomes. Migration Policy Institute. Milica Petrovic. January 2015.

Employment-oriented mentoring is increasingly recognized in Europe as a tool for advancing the labor market integration of disadvantaged individuals, including immigrants. The report highlights a number of relevant one-on-one mentoring practices in Europe and North America, focusing on the role of different initiators and stakeholders, forms of collaboration, methods, and target groups. [Note: contains copyrighted material].

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