The AMP Mentoring Minute Podcast
About This Show
Hosted by the Alberta Mentoring Partnership, the AMP Mentoring Moments Podcast brings you stories, research and best practices to inform your mentoring practice. Whether you are a Mentor or a Mentee, listen to this podcast for ideas and inspiration about how you can change lives and make difference in your community. Our story profiles cover organizations throughout Alberta that are changing lives and building community. To learn more visit http://albertamentors.ca and for episode feedback, questions or to suggest guests contact email@example.com.
Most Recent Episode
Tips & Tricks for Mentoring Refugee Youth: An Interview with Joey Jalal Syrian Mentoring Program Leader – Episode 6
5 days ago
In this next podcast episode, we sat down with Joey Jalal from the Multicultural Health Brokers who leads the Multicultural Youth Mentorship and Leadership Program. He nurtures community engagement.
If you are struggling with how to support cultural outreach in your community and how to get started with a mentoring program, this podcast is for you. For such a young man, Joey has a lot of life in his years— he himself was a refugee youth who through mentoring has flourished in life and academics, leads mentoring programs in Edmonton and has even volunteered in a Syrian Refugee camp with the United Nations.
Joey gave many tangible, tips and helpful perspectives. His front-line perspective as a leader working with Syrian youth provides many valuable reflections and considerations for your programming.
As an added benefit, the Multicultural Health Brokers in partnership with the Centre for Race and Culture are hosting workshops around Alberta. Invite them to your community today!
Multi Cultural Health Brokers Website: http://mchb.org/programs/youth-initiatives/
Joey covers a ton of important subjects:
0:00 – Joey, what is your position at the Multi Cultural Health Brokers
00:43 – Recently you have travelled to a refugee camp and seen it for yourself?
01:46 – What are some of the greatest areas of need for the youth when they get to Canada?
03:10 – We are talking about the idea that kids around the world are the same and that the stories and problems of the Youth in Canada and North Edmonton are similar..
4:28 – So when we talk about