NEWS & EVENTS
The Art of Mentorship
If and when a topic of conversation revolves around mentorship, it is often difficult to discern what it truly means to act as a mentor in a given situation. More often than not, this term seems to be used interchangeably with words such as coach or preceptor.
UVM Wellness Environment Announces 4.20 Alternative for VT Community
The University of Vermont Wellness Environment opens registration for the UVM WE 4.20 5K for Wellness – a substance and cost free fun run/walk for the community!
Mentoring Through Music: Super Students Hit the Super Stage
Harmony Project students of the Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA) perform as part of the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show alongside Gustavo Dudamel, Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars.
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Student, Age 11
“Being mentored has helped me become a better soccer player, and a better student. I am so thankful for WEmentors.”
Student (Age 17)
“Being a mentor has given me a chance to make a positive influence on my mentee’s life and in doing so, the lives of all those who interact with my mentee. I have seen her grow as an athlete, as a student and as a person. WEmentors is an amazing program and I hope to continue on with the program for years to come.”
“It is proven that mentorship can be a very rewarding relationship for both parties. (Mentee’s are less likely to drop out of school, less likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, and are more likely to engage in healthy relationships and make healthier lifestyle choices. Mentors can gain self-esteem, feel a sense of accomplishment, and increase their patience and supervisory skills.)”