Mentors DO Make a Difference!!!
- People of Positive Influence in a Young Person’s Life
- Always Open to Growth and New Ideas from Hawaii’s Youth
- Living Examples of a Drug & Crime Free Life
Mentors need to
- Pass a police records check (no DUIs, felonies, sex crimes, and alcohol or substance abuse within the last 5 years).
- Provide 2 favorable character references.
- Not be a parent/guardian
- Not be a resident in the same household as their mentee.
- Be the same gender as their mentee
- Have similar interests
- Live within a close geographical location, if possible.
- An example of maturity
- Be 23 Years or Older
|Mentors Make The Difference:
Find out how mentoring supports the goals of ChalleNGe through the real-life stories of cadets experiencing the program, staff supporting the cadets, and experts in the field of mentoring.
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|Fact Sheet for Future Mentors
Once you have identified someone you think you want to ask to be your mentor, use this fact sheet to help explain Challenge mentoring.
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|More for Potential Mentors:
|The Fundamentals of Mentoring
This interactive tool is designed to provide basic information on the fundamentals of mentoring to people who are interested in making the commitment to be a mentor.
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|Mentoring and the ChalleNGe Program
This timeline explains the mentor’s role in each phase of the ChalleNGe program.
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|Mentors click here to access e-learning|
For more information, please contact:
Mrs. Margaret Tatum, Mentor Coordinator
Phone: 808 673 7530 ext. 207
Ms. Gail Fujimoto, Assistant Mentor Coordinator
Phone: 808 673 7530 ext. 218