Mentorship provides the opportunity for high school students to mentor young elementary students in the surrounding community.

Mentorship 15, 25, 35  (5 credits)

No Prerequisite Required.  Letter of reference from a former/current teacher indicating student readiness for the program [i.e. attendance, punctuality, maturity, academic performance, flexibility, ability to work with others]

Content: Resiliency Theory has proved that the presence of a mentor assists mentees in realizing their true potential.  Requiring the highest level of commitment and professionalism, this program proves to offer a rewarding and enriching experience for all involved. 

There are 2 major components to the Mentorship Program:

  • In-Class
    • Preparing students to mentor younger students.
    • Reflecting and improving mentoring practice.
    • Researching issues that affect learning.
  • Off-Site
    • Mentoring young students at an elementary school site.

Mentorship

Mentorship provides the opportunity for high school students to mentor young elementary students in the surrounding community.

Mentorship 15, 25, 35  (5 credits)

No Prerequisite Required.  Letter of reference from a former/current teacher indicating student readiness for the program [i.e. attendance, punctuality, maturity, academic performance, flexibility, ability to work with others]

Content: Resiliency Theory has proved that the presence of a mentor assists mentees in realizing their true potential.  Requiring the highest level of commitment and professionalism, this program proves to offer a rewarding and enriching experience for all involved. 

There are 2 major components to the Mentorship Program:

  • In-Class
    • Preparing students to mentor younger students.
    • Reflecting and improving mentoring practice.
    • Researching issues that affect learning.
  • Off-Site
    • Mentoring young students at an elementary school site.
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