This can’t be read in a book
Mentoring is individual learning opportunities – a chance to break into each other’s lives and thinking. For students it is a unique possibility to gain new knowledge and insight into children’s different lives and living conditions.
Thank you to all partners working in the Nightingale concept, enabling more than one thousand children and mentors to get together every week in Europe.
Meetings where two persons are engaging in various activities together and learn from each other – a win-win concept.
In the Nightingale concept a university student acts as mentor – a significant adult to a child. What do they do together? What do they learn? What impact do they have on each other?
Are you curious and want to know more?
Carina Sild Lönroth
The executive manager