“TRUSTEE to TRUSTEE” MENTORING PROGRAM

ABOUT HOUR MENTORING PROGRAM


This “mentoring program” will provide guidance, support and accessibility to all trustees wishing this connection. Hopefully, this program will provide additional support and professional development for
trustees to grow and become knowledgeable advocates for “public education.”


Hopefully, meaningful relationships will develop and serve as a resource when confronted with varied situations with board policies, board culture, board operations, board/superintendent relations and
legislative impacts.

 

OBJECTIVES:
1. Create a one-on-one connection to another trustee
2. Provide an overview of “trustees’” roles and responsibilities
3. Explain the services of the Caucus
4. Review board policies and operational manual
5. Discuss best practices in governance
6. Participate in federal and state advocacy movements
7. Explain and discuss local, state and national organizations/programs
8. Networking at least once a month (telephone call, email, text messages, etc.)
9. Mentors and mentees will work together for at least 12 months

PROCESS:
1. Complete a request form: mentor or mentee
2. Complete profile form
3. Reserve time to meet
4. Attend mentoring orientation
5. Modify program as requested by members

Join us for our 1st Mentoring Session:
TCBSBM Education Summit Pre-Conference Session
Thursday, March 9, 2022
2:00 - 4:00 PM
Kalarahi Resorts Conference (Location TBD)