The singapore american school mentoring program
SAS mentors are experienced and trusted professionals who provide resources, guidance, and opportunities in fields that are relevant to student interests and academic pursuits. In addition, mentors act like connectors in developing a student's life-long professional networks. We hope you can be an SAS mentor.
SAS Mentoring Objective:
Encourage students to apply connectivist learning and networking skills to initiate youth-mentoring opportunities with real world experts in order to support their personalized projects, as well as, develop their real world competencies in communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity.
Why would anyone want to be a mentor?
Are there resources to help me be successful as a Catalyst Mentor?
When and how do I close a mentoring relationship?
The following resources will help SAS Catalyst mentors with bringing closure to their mentoring relationship.
Click on the following button to download SAS's mentor screening, matching, support, and closure policies and procedures.
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