Alan C. Wiebe

Alan C. Wiebe

Alan C. Wiebe is currently the Community Outreach Mentorship Coordinator at the University of Winnipeg. He has worked in many capacities helping to develop programming for “at-risk” youth in Manitoba, Canada, and served in the public school system as a regular classroom teacher, alternative program director, and counsellor. Alan, who teaches courses such as Education Today, Issues with At-Risk Children and Youth, and Mentoring At-Risk Youth, has done many presentations on the international stage (including major sessions in Rijeka, Croatia, Jerusalem, Nairobi, and Ulm, Germany). He has written and co-edited articles, chapters, and books emphasizing the power of reaching out to vulnerable populations through mentorship, and is lead author of a recent publication entitled Connecting with At-Risk Children and Youth through Mentoring: Ten Elements to Consider. He is also one of the authors of the recently published book entitled Lost Prizes – Identifying and Developing the Talents of Marginalized Populations. He will also be lead author of the forthcoming text, Mentoring for Talent Development in the North American Context.