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Mentor Training

Bridge Communities Initial Mentor Training

As a continuing component of our service to our Program Partners, Bridge Communities schedules mentor training three times per year.  Mentor training is required before assignment to work with a client family. In addition, a background check is conducted on each mentor before he or she can begin mentoring a Bridge family.  

Dates: Saturday, September 19
Time: 9:30 AM-2:30 PM 
Location:

This session will be held remotely! Join us from your home computer. Login details will be provided to registrants!

 Please click here to register.
Please e-mail suzanne.thibeault@bridgecommunities.org for more information.


Mentor University

Continuing Education for Bridge Communities’ Mentors


Mentors are critical to the success of our client families, and Bridge aims to provide mentors with all the support and education needed to guide client families to success. Toward that end, Bridge Communities offers Mentor University, a series of workshops designed to build and strengthen key skills used in mentoring.

Recent Class: Mentoring Effectively During COVID-19

With COVID-19 and the shelter-in-place order, are you wondering: Is it possible for my client to stay on track to a successful outcome? Have you been worried about how to mentor effectively during the pandemic?

If you would like advice, strategies, and best practices for mentoring our clients and their families through these challenging times and beyond, then please join us for a special hour and a half remote video session of Mentor University.

Mentoring Effectively During COVID-19

  • Saturday, May 16
    9 AM-10:30 AM
    Remote Workshop
    Registrants will receive a follow-up email with links and instructions to join the session.
    This will be a video event with staff from across the Bridge team. We look forward to connecting with you to provide helpful information as well as plenty of opportunities for your questions.

Please email rachel.benning@bridgecommunities.org with questions.