>> WHO ARE MENTORS?

Mentors are teachers, after school program leaders, youth group organizers, program coordinators, scout leaders, homeschool parents, college interns, and beyond. They can be adults or youth but must have the ability to organize and motivate.

Mentors commit to these things:

  1. Convening students to investigate a local environmental issue and propose an action project;

  2. Submit the proposal and attend the Summit with your student group.

MENTORS

<< MENTOR INFO SESSION & CAFÉ MIXER

To support the development of student-directed environmental action projects, the Ward Museum will be hosting an info session and cafe mixer on December 14th, 9:30am-12pm, at the Ward Museum. Open to both new and returning mentors.

 

Join us for coffee, conversation, free resources, and lots of ideas! Learn about the amazing work done last year, and get inspired about how to assist your students this year.

Can't make it? We are happy to meet with you and provide technical assistance when possible!

ACCESS MENTOR ONLINE RESOURCES

Self-paced online content

to support Mentors

RSVP FOR MENTOR INFO SESSION & CAFÉ MIXER

Saturday, December 14, 2012

9:30am - 12:00pm

Ward Museum in Salisbury, MD

A COMMUNITY PROJECT OF THE WARD MUSEUM

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