Clip: Tracker Jon Young on Mentoring

For decades, tracker and author Jon Young has been mentoring children and adults in practices to build community and connect with the natural world. We featured his insights in Mother Nature’s Child and, from time to time, we like to share out-takes from our interview with him. His ideas about mentoring may be of special interest to parents and teachers!

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2 Responses to “Clip: Tracker Jon Young on Mentoring”

  1. Peg Oetjen says:

    Jon, my son is a big fan – I have read your work, which he passed on – and it’s a treat to see you in this video. And…especially meaningful because I am in the process of trying to get a story published. It’s really about a mentoring relationship – bringing a quiet girl out of herself by a good mentor – and I’m grateful for what you’ve said here to affirm/confirm the importance of the concept. Thank you!

  2. Dee says:

    Thank you for saying so, yes, develop individual gifts, we are not all the same! a mentor should be almost invisible, I like this, as I practice being under the radar, however, have been told I am a teacher. Your message makes it easier for me to share my wisdom! Thank you!!

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