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Mentorship This Lesson Plan Produced By Your Drug Demand Reduction Program. What Is Mentorship?. A formal relationship between a student and a professional adult to further the student's knowledge, skills or career. What does mentorship have to do with you?

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Mentorship this lesson plan produced by your drug demand reduction program

Mentorship

This Lesson Plan Produced By Your Drug Demand Reduction Program


What is mentorship

What Is Mentorship?

  • A formal relationship between a student and a professional adult to further the student's knowledge, skills or career.

  • What does mentorship have to do with you?

  • Where do you fit in the mentorship process?


How to be an effective mentee

How To Be An Effective Mentee

Want to be a partner in mentorship process

Do homework prior to mentor meetings

Establish a goal or goals

Know your needs – look inside yourself

Be responsible for personal goals

Receive and act on mentor feedback


What to look for in a mentor

What To Look For In A Mentor

Pick someone that you can respect

Look for a mentor that has things in common with you

Look for a person that is patient and has time for you

Select someone that knows how to communicate and actively listen

Seek out someone who has pride in his unit, school, organization or business


Scenario lifelong friend

Scenario -Lifelong Friend

Close since kindergarten

Shared same experiences

Forthright until recently

Subtle changes in persona

Suspect drug-related issue


Tell tale signs

Tell-Tale Signs

Avoids contact with you

Difficulty in concentrating on anything

Stops doing those things that have been a big part of his/her life

Seems withdrawn

Eating and sleeping patterns have changed

Runny nose not related to a cold

Feels run down

Sounds self-centered and doesn’t care about others

Getting in trouble at school or even with the police

Appears to be drunk or high fairly often

Tendency to lie about drug abuse


What should i do

What Should I Do?

Where do I fit in?

Want to help

Personal confrontation

Friendship may be in jeopardy

Seek assistance from a wise mentor


Summary

Summary

  • CAP mentorship program

  • What is expected of mentee

    • Ask for assistance

    • Prepare in advance

    • Focus on personal goals

    • Respond to mentor feedback


Lesson plan resources

Lesson Plan Resources

  • CAPP 52, Mentoring

  • CAPP 50-7, Mentoring: Building Our Members

  • Civil Air Patrol Regulation 52-16, Cadet Program

  • Civil Air Patrol Pamphlet 50-2, CAP Core Values


Questions for discussion

Questions For Discussion

  • What is mentorship?

  • Is it possible to be a Mentor and a Mentee at the same time?

  • What do you think mentorship involves?


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