Thank you for your interest in joining our Apprentice class of the Atlanta Mentors program.
Here is what we are asking of our approved apprentices:
- Attend the orientation and give a introduce yourself and your background.
- Attend ALL six (6) weekend program meetings (Saturday, 9am-5pm & Sunday, 10am-5pm).
- Complete and email ALL homework assignments between program meetings to the apprentice liaisons.
- Meet with your assigned Mentors during the length of this program in a 1:1 mentoring relationship either in person or through Skype, FaceTime, etc.
- For the duration of the program, we ask that you do not engage in play or a relationship with other members of the program.
- Provide proof of CPR/First Aid certification if you do now wish to participate in the CRP/First Aid training class.
- Bring a notebook, paper, pen/pencil and your own coffee mug to each class.
- Complete four (4) hours of lifestyle community service.
What to expect
They agree to teach, We agree to learn and do!
Please be prepared to give a short introduction at Orientation. This enables the entire class to become familiar with your goals for the program. Talk about what they hope to learn, and share what skills they want to gain or improve on during this program. Mentors will introduce themselves and discuss what skills and expertise they have to offer as a Mentor throughout the program. You will be provided with Mentors preferred method of contact in case you want to reach out to them about what they are offering to teach.
Meeting with your Mentors:
- You will receive your assigned Mentors early during the program. If you decide that this mentorship needs to be extended, you are welcome to negotiate this beyond the program. It is up to you and your Mentor to meet as many times as you feel necessary to reach the agreed upon goal.
- It is the Apprentice’s responsibility to make contact with their Mentor(s) to set up the meetings. If the Apprentice feels the Mentor is not making an effort to schedule, the Apprentice should contact one of the Apprentice Liaisons so they can reach out to that Mentor.
- Apprentices should meet with each Mentor at least once in a face-to-face meeting when teaching hands-on skills. Mentoring can also take place via phone, Skype, FaceTime, etc.
- Provide feedback to the Apprentice Liaison regarding the progress of each mentorship, success of the mentorship, and the program as a whole.
Date to be determined.
Applications being accepted until March 31, 2020 (if you miss this cut off date please email Director@AtlantaMentors.com