Dr. Mike Frontier will lead this interactive training session about the building blocks involved in creating a successful mentor/mentee relationship. The workshop will include a panel of mentors and mentees who will discuss their relationships, the importance of goal setting, and the critical significance of establishing trust. This session is open to all individuals looking to learn more about how to start and/or develop a meaningful mentoring relationship.
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Training: 6:30-8:30 pm
Orchard Room Tallent Hall
University of Wisconsin – Parkside900 Wood Road, Kenosha, WI 53141
About the Trainer: Mike Frontier
Mike Frontier has served the community as a principal at elementary, middle and high school levels in Racine for 35 years. He collaborated with teachers and parents to create the “School for the Future” at Gifford, Fine Arts Magnet at Mitchell Middle and most recently teamed up with representatives of the Christian Brothers, Dominican Sisters and the community at St. Patrick parish to found the San Juan Diego Middle School in 2003. Mike has his Ph.D. in Urban Education from UW Milwaukee. His passion is engagement in the classroom, advocating for cooperative learning and hands on learning methods. As graduate support director at San Juan Diego, Mike oversees mentor support for the 55 graduates now in high school.
Registration: Felicia Stallworth at 262.595.2312.
For more information, contact:
Evan Witalison at 262.595.2652., or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fee: $10.00. (Scholarships are available)