Creating Effective Programming for Iraqi Adult Mentors in World Learning’s Youth Peacebuilding and Leadership Programs
MA in Conflict Transformation
This paper will examine how the Iraqi Young Leaders Exchange Program (IYLEP) can continue to grow and improve aspects of their programming. Specifically, the paper will address the role of the Iraqi adult leader. In order to increase the Iraqi adult’s learning and mentorship capacity the paper will explore Youth Programs, IYLEP, and apply leadership theory through the creation of a handbook that will assist staff in addressing the needs of the adult mentor. This handbook will set clear and understandable guidelines concerning the role of the Iraqi adult as well as including a set of worksheets. The focus and goal of these worksheets will be the development of leadership skills, which the Iraqi adults will apply their work upon their return home.
Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching | Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Educational Administration and Supervision
Brady, Kira L., "Creating Effective Programming for Iraqi Adult Mentors in World Learning’s Youth Peacebuilding and Leadership Programs" (2012). Capstone Collection. 2530.
Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching Commons, Curriculum and Instruction Commons, Educational Administration and Supervision Commons