Community Special Events
Our conferences and special events, many offered at little or no cost, immerse you in an informed learning experience. For more information about these classes, see the noncredit class schedule or call Continuing Education at 520-206-6579.
Millions of youth are exposed to and are at risk of underage drinking, substance abuse, truancy, youth unemployment and school under performance. there are several community organizations that are matching these youth with mentors. However, untrained mentors may do more harm than good.
A community wide effort to identify, train and match qualified mentors to youth is now underway.
BP 655 FUNDAMENTALS OF BASIC MENTORING
One day event for youth mentors
Saturday, August 17 from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
TRAINING THE TRAINER Certificate:
Effective Strategies for Mentoring Youth
For those who recruit, train, support or match youth to mentors.
Thursdays 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
August - November 2013
Continuing Education Units: 5
- UBUS200 CRN# 40092: Fundamentals of Mentoring
- UBUS201 CRN# 40093: Learning Styles
- UBUS202 CRN# 40094: Basic Mentor Skills
- UBUS203 CRN# 40095: Developing Advanced Mentor Skills
- UBUS204 CRN# 40096: Support and Retention of Mentors
- Skills Demonstration
Instructor: Ronald A. Wilson, Presiding Judge, City of Tucson
President, So. AZ Mentoring Coalition Executive Board