[After Show] WHAT OUR YOUTH NEED MOST IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Following each interview, Chris is joined by his wife, Sarah, for the After Show.
In the After Show episodes, Chris and Sarah dissect their takeaways from the inspiring interviews, discuss how they are applying the wisdom in their own lives and how these topics have affected their journey on a more personal level.
Listen in for candid opinions, personal anecdotes and a dynamic interactions between husband & wife.
In this episode, Chris and Sarah discuss their learnings and ‘aha’ moments from Chris’ amazing conversation in Episode 76: What Our Youth Need Most In The 21st Century.
Jean is the Frank L. Boyden Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Mentoring at the University of Massachusetts Boston, co-founder of both the European and Asian Centers for Evidence-Based Mentoring, and a Fellow of the American Psychological Association.
Her research inspired Big Brothers Big Sisters to redefine their “one-size-fits-all” approach for a more effective model that focuses less on building friendships and more on building skills via a combination of in-person interactions and mental health apps usage.
In her new book OLDER AND WISER: New Ideas for Youth Mentoring in the 21st Century (Harvard University Press; 8/18/2020) Jean argues that now is the time for mentoring programs, using a combination of volunteers, mental health apps and educational platforms, to revamp their strategies to harness the unrealized potential of their millions of volunteers and staunch these educational and mental health losses.