Welcome to the Current Mentors Resource Page!
Current One-on-One Mentors scroll below Job Shadow & Informational Interview Mentor information.
Current Job Shadow Mentors
Current One-on-One Mentors
Mentor Commitment Form*
Information Exchange Sheet*
Establishing Boundaries with your Mentee*
Promoting Positive, Honest Communication with your Mentee*
Developmental Characteristics of 15-18 Year Olds*
Elements and Actions of Mentoring*
Pathway Partners Board of Directors*
SDOM School Year Calendar*
MHS Daily Schedule*
ACP Day Schedule* - to learn what ACP is & why it is so important click here
Noon Dismissal Schedule*
*printed & available from the program director, if you wish
Current Informational Interview Mentors
Principles to keep in mind when working with young people:
Remember-- "aim low, go slow, think small and celebrate success"
Teach cognitive slogans...."first things first" "one day at a time" "easy does it"
Be the holder of a sense of hope.
Celebrate small successes.
Take the lead and persist even when the student appears disinterested.
Softly challenge inappropriate behavior and negative attitudes.
Focus on the young person's strengths. Be a partner with your young person's family.
Help them take a personal look at their behavior as it affects others.
Remember as a mentor-- you are not responsible for others, you cannot control another person's behaviors, feelings, or decisions.
You are your student's connector. You connect to this student through unconditional acceptance. There are no strings attached.
You are another positive role model who works together with parents/guardians, teachers, resource counselors, and the Pathway Partners director in the best interest of your student mentee.
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