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    Mentorship Program Mentorship Program Presentation Transcript

    • For Latino Students with Gap of Opportunities 1
    •  The mentorship project aims to work with at least 40 students ranging from grade three to grade twelve. This program will provide the support and guidance to each student to be successful in their school year.   2
    •  To facilitate the integration of the Spanish Speaking students within the Canadian school system and provide them with the tools they will require accomplishing their goals. 3
    •  The students will be able to take part in developing a Youth Radio show “Chatear al Aire” by Spanish Speaking students. The students “Potential” will be highlighted through the media channels. Students from both boards (TDSB and TCDSB) will be able to participate in this program. 4
    •  In addition, we have the support and collaboration from SSEN (Spanish Speaking Education Network), Voces Latinas Radio, San Lorenzo Community Centre, the Ministry of Safety. G.E. &, Potentially G & P 5
    •  In this radio talk show students will be inviting guest speakers to talk about any relating issues with schools, community and civic current events. 6
    •  The students will be able to take part in developing a Youth Radio show “Chatear al Aire” by Spanish Speaking students. The students “Potential” will be highlighted through the media channels. Students from both boards (TDSB and TCDSB) will be able to participate in this program. 7
    •  Students will have the opportunity to plan, develop and implement their time on air. This will take place at Voces Latinas Radio and it will be guided by Sophia Grande and Manuela Astudillo, program coordinators from Voces Latinas. 8
    •  Motivational presentations  sharing own life success  providing tours of the different agencies or companies involved.  providing mentoring to a high school student/s  providing mentoring to students in Elementary schools 9
    •  provide support to one student with support for two periods every two weeks.  support the student/s in the subjects of the mentees choice  Commitment to closing the achievement gap for Latino Students  the mentor is responsible to follow within the school guide lines.  Mentors are to submit updated PCR  To present a workshop  invite others to join the mentorship program  attend Frontier College training session 10
    •  Mentors will be invited to attend the information session set for Friday February 5th, 2010 at George Harvey Collegiate Institute from 10:30 am to 12:00pm (sharp).  Mentors will meet individually with a student and their teacher.  Mentors will have the opportunity to meet with more then one student in the classroom.  Please note that some educator will be more flexible then others 11
    • GEORGE HARVEY INSTITUTE FRONTIER COLLEGE  Friday February 5th, 2010    PLACE:  Auditorium  Lunch time (11 am to 12pm)  1700 keele Street M6M3W5  416-394-3180  Mentoring Training    Place: York Memorial    Date: Saturday Feb. 20, 2010    Time: 10:00am to 12:00pm    R.S.V.P. by Friday Feb. 12, 2010 12