The National Mentoring Month is a campaign held each
January to promote youth mentoring in the United
States. It was founded in 2002 and headed by the
Harvard school of public health, Mentor, and the
Corporation for National and Community Service.
January was declared by president "Georges W. Bush"
as National Mentoring Month. The declaration has been
endorsed by the United States Congress.
Participants in the National Mentoring Month campaign
include leading non-profit organizations and numerous
governors and mayors.