Erika Linskey earned her Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Colorado, taught elementary school in Colorado, and has maintained a life-long career in teaching and child advocacy. …
MENTOR National introduced a new resource written by experts for people who take on a mentoring role. Becoming a Better Mentor: Strategies to Be There for Young People is a good read and is available as a free PDF download.
Spring is here! Vermonters experience a lift in spirits as green growth begins to appear. The transition from snow storms and freezing temperatures to yellow daffodils and warmer weather provides the perfect setting for New Circle’s mentor matches. Mentors and mentees will begin enjoying simple things: late sunny afternoons, sitting by the lake, and indulging in the popular Vermont treat — the creemee.
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Lawson’s Finest Liquids of Waitsfield has selected New Circle Mentoring as one of their 2022 Sunshine Fund donation recipients. We encourage our readers to visit the Lawson’s Finest Liquids taproom to enjoy a hearty brew and fantastic customer service—especially between September 16th and 30th of this year, when your donations to the Sunshine Fund will benefit New Circle Mentoring.
New Circle Mentoring would like to give a big THANK YOU to Stone Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep & Ram of Middlebury, Vermont, and their employees for their time and donations to the New Circle Mentoring 2021 holiday gift giving. These efforts helped make the holidays brighter for our mentees and their families this holiday season.
New Circle Mentoring is one of the initiatives of Safer Society Foundation. The Foundation’s mission is to provide services and resources for preventive and restorative responses to sexual and social violence. The goal of the mentoring program is to support mentees academically, psychologically, and emotionally so that they can overcome the obstacles on their paths to healthy adulthood. Mentors help mentees build social connections and support their learning and extracurricular activities, all of which encourage resilience and emotional competence in our mentees.
It’s a New Year for New Circle Mentoring and there is so much to look forward to!
Adults such as teachers and mentors, who interact with youth on a regular basis have a profound impact on their successes. Beyond that, that nature of the relationship affects the quality of these successes.
Mentoring matches once again had the opportunity to pick apples at Happy Valley Orchards. Apple picking is an activity that can be enjoyed at any age and we are thrilled that some of our long-term mentoring pairs are still enjoying this autumnal activity. The program is also pleased that our mentees are back to school with in-person learning. Our mentors played a vital role during the isolating times of the pandemic
Safer Society Foundation is seeking dedicated and caring adults to volunteer as mentors! If you are interested in making a difference in the life of child in your community, please click here to learn more.