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At the 2023 MENTOR Georgia Summit, we invite you to [re]ENGAGE partners, young people, families, and systems to strengthen the quality and increase the quantity of youth mentoring relationships for Georgia’s young people August 31 at the UGA Center for Continuing Education and Hotel.

Our schools and communities are back to “normal” life after several years interrupted by the pandemic. And yet, young people are experiencing unprecedented rates of mental health crisis, volunteer engagement is flagging, and many old approaches are not working.

At our one-day professional development and networking event, we are driving conversations around how we re-engage young people through mentoring programs and the systems that make up their “village.” Join us August 31at the University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education and Hotel for a day packed with learning, connection, and engagement. Registration at this link through August 24th.

Workshop topics range from youth engagement to fund development to focusing on mental wellness among young people. For a full schedule of the day and a list of workshop sessions, download our agenda here.

  • Conference Hotel and Parking

    Rooms are available onsite at the conference venue, the Georgia Center for Continuing Education and Hotel. No special code or designation is necessary for booking. For reservations: 706-542-2134, 1-800-884-1381, or

    1197 South Lumpkin Street
    Athens, GA 30602-3603

    There are additional nearby hotels in downtown Athens within 1 to 1.5 miles of the Summit.

  • Keynote Speakers

    Major Remoshay Nelson is a Douglasville, GA, native and the first black woman to join the U.S. Air Force’s elite Thunderbirds, famous for their flyovers and awe-inspiring airborne formations. She will share her story, including the power of mentors in her life that propelled her to Howard University, to the U.S. Air Force, to the Pentagon, and beyond.

    Ron Green is the youth program developer at Four Corners Group, Inc., and he’s the owner of The Video Plug, an Atlanta-area video production company. He’s made it his mission to help underserved and marginalized youth find their gifts buried deep within. He is driven by his own journey through and beyond his youth, in which he was addicted to drugs, homeless, and – at one time – incarcerated before finding his own life’s purpose and direction.