My mentorship project for the month of December was the most productive one. I was able to host a mentor session. The students that attended the activity were very interested in learning the 3 E’s (Education, Etiquette and Exercise). I also took 10 student to a college fair in which they had a chance to discuss education opportunities with 10 Universities. The students were very excited and were able to complete applications.
My mentorship project for the month of October was productive. I was able to schedule and confirm mentor dates for November. Also, I have visited Jack Yates High School several times promoting my mentor program. I am very excited for the opportunities that are presented at Jack Yates. Jack Yates High School is located in the heart of the Third Ward which is my target area and population.
My mentorship project for the month of August involved writing the curriculum for the mentorship program. Writing the curriculum involved research and consultation from other mentors to develop a mentorship program that will be effective in reaching and changing the lives of mentees. Now that school is back in session, scheduling of mentorship can begin.
My mentorship project for the month of July was one of planning and writing my mentorship plan. The month involved research and request for support from colleagues. Also scheduling dates and preparing for mentor sessions for the Fall.
My mentorship project for the month of June has mostly been an administrative one. The month involved meetings with my site and academic mentors. Also scheduling dates and preparing for mentor sessions for the Fall. I anticipate the Summer a time of preparation for the year.
My project the month as been one of planning. I met with my advisor to discuss my project and the possibilities that exist. I also met with my project partners Change Happens and Generation One to discuss the project and their role. I set reoccurring meetings with my partners and advisor to stay informed of my project.