Marketing Toolkit

Girls.pngWelcome to the National Mentoring Alliance Marketing Toolkit! Here you can find posters, PSA scripts, brochures, and many other marketing materials that you can use to promote your YouthBuild mentoring program.

Guide to Using the Toolkit

This guide provides a description, with customization and printing tips, for all the materials in the Toolkit. It also provides many tips on effective graphic design if you choose to create your own marketing materials.

Questions about the Marketing Toolkit, or use or customization of the files, should be directed to Michael Garringer at the National Mentoring Center (503-275-9647).

Toolkit Materials

Posters

  • "House" Poster (24 x 36 inches) – PDF file [Because of the large size of this file, it is only available on the thumbdrive supplied at the April 2010 Mentoring Coordinator Training in Washington, DC]
  • "House" Poster (letter paper size) – PDF file
  • Recruitment Poster ("women" version; legal paper size) – Word document
  • Recruitment Poster ("men" version; legal paper size) – Word document
  • "Ladder" Poster (generic; "group" version; letter paper size) – PDF file
  • "Ladder" Poster (customizable "group" version; letter paper size) – Word document
  • "Ladder" Poster (generic; "men" version; letter paper size) – PDF file
  • "Ladder" Poster (customizable "men" version; letter paper size) – Word document

Brochures, Ads, and Handouts

Presentation

Press Releases, Public Service Announcements, and Letters

Postcard-Sized Fliers

Iron-Ons

Video and E-Learning Modules

Logos and Fonts

Mentor Pins and Mentee Medallions

  • National Mentoring Alliance programs can order mentor lapel pins (to be worn during program events) and mentee medallions (to be received at the end of the program year). Programs can order these by submitting mentor and mentee contact information using the Mentor-Mentee Information Spreadsheet. This information should be sent to Melissa Medina when matches are first made. Mentors will receive their pins right away; mentees get medallions later in the program year.