Webinar:Inclusive Ingenerational Mentoring
Posted by on July 14, 2008
National Service Inclusion Project (NSIP) is pleased to host the July webinar on Inclusive Ingenerational Mentoring.
Date: TUESDAY, July 29th at 3 PM – 4 PM EST (2pm-3pm Central, 1pm-2pm Mountain, 12pm-1pm Pacific).
Engaging older adults in programming is essential and beneficial to providing quality community-based services. But how do we retain individuals as they continue to age? What accommodations can programs make to ensure success? How does the entire organization get strengthened through the process? Generations Incorporated has been engaging older adults in meaningful service positions for over 10 years. Partnering with Experience Corps, they engage older adults to tutor and mentor elementary-aged children. Jane Hamel, Director of Training, will share best practices as she answers the above questions. Following the presentation, there will be time to address specific questions.
Jane Hamel is the Director of Training at Generations Incorporated based in Boston, MA, where she oversees the training program for Experience Corps Members, AmeriCorps Members, and plays an integral role in staff training as well. She has over five years of experience in the fields of mentoring, literacy, and engaging older adults as volunteers, and was the training coordinator for the Student Auxiliary Safety Patrol at Ithaca College. Ms. Hamel strongly believes that all members of society benefit when they are brought together in supportive environments, and actively works towards making that happen.
Please email email@example.com to RSVP by Friday, July 25th with the following info:
– If you require CART* to participate, please also indicate that in your email
– Feel free to add questions/comments you would like the presenter to touch on.
Elesheva Soloff will send out a confirmation email to those who RSVP by Monday morning, July 28th with instructions on logging in webinar.
*CART service provides instantaneous translation of the speech text using real-time software. Teleconference participants receive caption services over the web. This is an accommodation we provide to participants who are Deaf or hard of hearing.
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